|Toast for breakfast|
|Time for walkies Pauline and Gordon|
Once breakfast is over and I have spoken to Pauline I get myself dressed and take a walk round to the tesco express to get myself the morning Paper, it is nice to walk out in the fresh crisp morning air, but even with gloves, scarf and a hat I still feel the cold so it is a case of getting the paper and then heading back indoors and making a nice hot mint chocolate and reading the paper before settling to watch a film on the TV.
The Christmas movie I am watching on TV this morning is the original 1947 "Miracle on 34th street" in black and white starring Maureen O'Hara , John Payne and Edmund Qwenn. and a very young Natalie Wood. It is a brilliant film and one that I enjoy watching every year for as long as I can remember. I first saw this film in the Embassy Cinema in Fareham about 1950 or 1951 with my Grandfather.
|Miracle on 34th street with a young "Natalie Wood"|
|Embassy Cinema, Fareham, Hampshire.|
It has been a pretty good day today, although it has been cold outside it has been nice and warm indoors, hopefully it will stay nice for shopping tomorrow with Gervase. It is now 4.10 and it is getting dark outside and the temperature is falling, so I need to get this journal posted and then settle down to a nice evening of TV, coffee anf Facebook so until tomorrow I will say Bye. Bye. from a chilly Portsmouth on the south coast of the UK.