Christmas Shopping at Ardingly
On Sunday Mr Him and I visited the Christmas shopping experience at Ardingly. I didn't let Mr Him queue up for Santa's grotto however much he begged, you'll be pleased to know. So was Santa. The children would have been very confused.
I did let him get himself a bratwurst and cheesy chips. I had just the bratwurst but made the mistake of pouring sticky curry ketchup on it. Curry sauce! What sacrilege . It shouldn't have even been on the table for the mistake to have been made! The bratwurst got its own back on me by pouring the curry ketchup over me as I ate it. The payback was so complete I had to ask a man at the next table for tissues. I even had to wash my coat when I got home. Yes, luckily washable.
After all that fun I had a mulled wine and Mr Him had an instruction that he was driving. I made sure the wine behaved. None went down my front.
I sampled many a festive ware including a Christmas pudding (here we go again but this one is traditional and fig free). This pudding was made by Harveys Brewers. Look at the fruit (no figs ) content! (It didn't go down the front of me. )
I had to buy one.
I also bought myself a badger hair and wood nail brush.
A few gifts were bought which I can't elaborate on as family read my blog.
After the festive fare we had a vegetable stirfry for supper. One has to abdominally economise somewhere. (It didn't go down the front of me )
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