Saturday, December 14, 2013

A messege from Mrs Claus

Seasons greetings from the North Pole. They call it the 'most wonderful time of the year', and we are very busy here getting ready for Christmas eve. The elves are making all the toys, my husband is reading all the letters the boys and girls have sent him from all around the world and he is checking his naughty and nice list again. As for me? I am busy baking and supervising all the activities in our workshop.

However, as an extra special treat, myself, Mr.C, the elves and the reindeer are going to take a well deserved day off tomorrow. We are going to join in with the festive cheer at Waterford Castle. My husband will be meeting with all the boys and girls to find out what toys they would like to wake up to on Christmas morning. I also heard he wants to sample all the tasty treats Waterford Castle have to offer. I will be reading stories by the fire, meeting with all the young, and young at heart. Plus, I cant wait to take a look at all the artisan stalls; I need to find an extra special present for my husband this year. Plus, I might go to one of the cookery demonstrations, there were complaints last year that the turkey we had for Christmas dinner was dry (hoever, Mr.C always falls asleep before Chirtsmas diner because he spends the might before travelling all over the world. I know that the elves should be helping santa but I know that they will spend most of their time joining in with all the fun. They are so excited for the 'Captain Jack' show, the carrousel and the special train which will travel throughout the festive Island.

Christmas Music Playlist

As I look forward to the Christmas Magic tomorrow we are going to treat ourselves today to some lovely hot-chocolate, a Christmas songs sing-along and a lovely Christmas  movie. However, deciding on a Christmas movie is always a touchy subject as my husband dreads the thought of seeing a movie with an actor playing him in it. Last Christmas we tried to watch the remake of 'Mircle on 34th street' but all we could here was my husband tutting and saying 'I don't sound like that. And don't get me stared on the time we watched  ; lets just say he went to the gym for an etitire month because he thought the filmmakers portrayed him as fat and lazy. However, after a month he gave up on his exercise regime so maybe he is living up to his stereotype!  But i deigrese. So tonight I think we might watch the snowman; which is s particular favourite with the elves.

The Snowman

As this is the busiest time of year for us here in the North pole, we are excited to join in with the joy, magic and festive cheer tomorrow will bring. I am going to leave you now, but make sure you come and visit me at Waterford Castle tomorrow as I can not wait to meet you.

 'Christmas Magic at Waterford Castle' takes  place this Sunday, the 15th of December from 1pm-6pm.  This fun filed family event is being held in association with the WLR Fm Lion's Club Christmas Appeal.
 Entry on the day: €10 per Child and €7 per adult. To discover all the treats which we have in store on the day click here


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