I was sucked into the Christmas mass spending bonanza that was happening in Asda, trolleys piled high with all sorts of junk food whizzed past me, kids were screaming (or was that the Mums) Dads loitering in the electrical departments etc etc .... I bought a box of cornflakes just because they had a picture of Santa on them that looked vaguely like my Lovely Hubby !!
We don't usually eat them unless we are on holiday, then the occasional half bowl while we are waiting for the cooked breakfast to arrive is a treat. Well we will be on holiday so I guess they won't go to waste, and as a mad Christmas purchase they aren't that bad ... are they?
I'm sure someone will think so!!
Reverse Advent - Day 19
A Begonia plant that I bought for 50p from the Prestatyn Flower Show in the Summer to support a charity stall. It was a tiny little thing that I nurtured to be a strapping thing in the last couple of months. But it was time consuming and to tell the truth I didn't like it much. I forgot to photograph it before it left so I raided Google Images for this picture which looks remarkably like it .... I wonder if it had been modelling when I wasn't looking. ;-)
I hope it goes to a home where it will be loved a bit more, I do like the thought that this little plant will have supported two charities during it's lifetime, a heart one and a cancer one :-)