I didn’t run tonight.
But, @TheWelshWookie and I did go for a walk instead. We took a walk around Tarbert harbour, because it was a lovely cold, crisp evening.
And because we wanted to see the Christmas lights.
Now that power has been restored, the lights are on. There wasn’t a grand lighting ceremony as planned, but the village does look lovely and festive!
And for me, a lit Christmas tree means only one thing: that baby’s GOT to be hugged!
Here’s my hug of the tree in Coombe Abbey, Coventry two years ago:
And hugging Tarbert’s tree last year:
Here’s this year’s big hug:
It certainly gives the neighbours something to talk about!
What weird traditions do you have?
15 thoughts on “Tree Huggin’”
LOL adorable 🙂
haha you hug the trees. Love it.
Here in Canada some people will call hippies Tree Huggers. (You would fit in. I mean that in the best way.)
Traditions that I have…hmmm. We always have an orange in our stocking and we have to eat that before we can open our presents. I had that one when I was a kid and I like to keep it going now with Warren and I. 🙂
We use that term too- I promise that I only ever hug trees at Christmas time!
I always have a tangerine in my stocking too: funny how some traditions are similar!!
Yes it is.
Ok…if you say it’s only at Christmas I will believe you. What started you doing that?
Ummm… Probably wine started it! 😉
We would get along well. Wine has made me do some fun and silly things 🙂
I hear ya! 🙂
Love that you hug trees, what a great tradition.
Love it! Hug all the trees! PS, I want to visit your village next time I come to the UK, looks lovley.
It’s lovely- you’d be made very welcome! Add us to your next itinerary!
What pretty trees! Love the lighting.