Enigma 1114: Christmas changes - From New Scientist #2270, 23rd December 2000 Christmas is said to change things and so this enigma is an old puzzle with some changes. Problem: You have to...
Monday, December 22, 2008
Teasel has been getting over excited by Christmas so we've put her stocking up early. The snow-being in it was one of the first decorations that she stole from the boxes of decorations that were "secure" in the spare room...
Later she helped me make a wreath for our door - she found the holly on the pavement and added bite marks for decoration:
However, later still, she was caught red-mouthed with this present, the only one so far to have arrived by post... which had been put, we thought, out of reach:
It is now even higher up in the boughs of the fibre-optic Christmas tree:
Jim decorated it yesterday and found three cute reindeer decorations to put on it. I don't remember these at all... perhaps that's part of the fun of Christmas - the surprises in the decorations box!
This tree is currently in the hall.
In the past we've had it in the sitting room but those lights flashing all the time drove me so mad that I put a set of ordinary Christmas tree lights on it and kept the fibre-optics off most of the time! In the hall its constant twinkle is much better and more welcoming!
I may not have time to post again before Christmas - so Merry Christmas to you all!