Rather than be sad about how Christmas is over, I would like to tell you about my Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
On Christmas Eve, as to carry on the tradition, I went into work with Father for the morning. No, not for work experience silly, I just found a whole lotta memes that have made their way into my extensive collection. As to keep the festive theme going, the majority were Jesus memes. Here's a few winners.
Hours of entertainment. TRUSS.
After having mad fun at the office, we met the rest of the family and some friends at All Star Lanes in Brick Lane. Everyone, GO HERE. It is the coolest bowling alley I have ever been to, and the 50's motif is obviously very kitsch, but I love that shiz. Let me just say, the cocktails were off the chain too.
After losing BIG TIME at bowling, we went home and I was dragged to Church with the whole family, which was actually not too bad, but only because I decided to entertain myself by changing all the lyrics of the hymns so they were about Milo, Whippets, Mini Jammy Dodgers (his favey cookie) and the likes. Très amusant.
NOW. Onto Christmas Day. Of course, we were all willingly up at like 9 in the morning, which is a rarity amongst the Walsh kids. As always, I awoke with a sack of presents, and I pretty much tore through them in excitement. As always, Santa was on POINT.
Doughnut Ash Tray.
Omg it's so Odd Future guys!!!!1!!
♥ GRACE ♥
Cheeky mirror selfie with the mink.
Then, we joined together at the Christmas Tree to open the big boys. The real presents. And me oh my, they did NOT disappoint, my friends.
Little bit of a 'bitch stole my look' moment. AWKS.
Milo obviously got to open the first present. It was a super loud squeaky toy.
That was a big mistake O_o
Father's iPad charger.
Looking pretty.... special. New Ruby helmet tho.
Here are a few of the presents I got...
'Cause this is Louis Vuitton dime night
(Yep, that's a Kanye lyric. Moving on.........)
My new Docs are better than yours.
And one of my most memorable gifts this year was a new digital polaroid camera.
You take the photo as per usual, but you can decided whether you want to print it or not, which saves so much money on film, and the picture is such good quality too. LUUUURVE it.
My Mother shoulda been a baker.
My family is hilarious.
We then retired to the cinema room, I had a nap, watched some of Lord of the Rings, then Trading Places, and then went to bed and finished off the marvy day with a bit of light reading of my new 'Grace' book. All in all, a fab Christmas. ONLY 364 DAYS UNTIL NEXT CRIMBO YAY.