Southern celebrations

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A southerly front has cooled Sydney by ten degrees to a comfortable 23oC. Friends from Brisbane arrive tomorrow to join us for the festivities, Christmas lunch at Catalina Restaurant, Rose Bay.

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It is too warm to light the fire, we will pretend with candles.

I hope that you have an enjoyable holiday, thank you for reading my blog,

Robert

12 thoughts on “Southern celebrations

  1. I was wondering how a Christmas card looks like in Australia, a country where the sun is shining now. Is there a Santa Claus, a Christmas tree or a reindeer or snow on the card? O yes!
    I wish you a wonderful Christmas!

  2. I had never contemplated, until making friends in your neck of the woods, the contrast that exists between the two hemispheres at this time of year. No “white Christmases” for you, I imagine. 🙂 I grew up in Southern California where we mostly had soggy Christmases and decorated palm trees. lol I hope you have a wonderful one, Robert. One filled with much light, laughter, and love. May the New Year dawn brightly on you and yours. ❤

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