Last post of 2019.....A Massive thanks to all of you and your support! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
By katrina lucas, Dec 16 2019 10:15AM
Happy Monday everyone. This will be my last post until 2020! I just wanted to say a massive thanks for all your support this year. It’s been a rollercoaster of a year. I've learnt a lot about the jewellery business and a lot about myself in the process and what I’m capable of. I do every aspect of my jewellery business myself. Making the jewellery, photographing the jewellery, modelling the jewellery and social media. There are some parts I enjoy doing more than others with making the jewellery being the best part.
Well the date has now passed for guaranteed delivery but I will still be posting if you want to take the chance with Royal mail but also if you’re not that bothered if things arrive after Christmas then that’s fine with me too :).
Last week I finished my 12 days of Christmas offers which I loved doing and I’m already jotting down some plans for next year. I won't be making anymore jewellery this year which means I will be back in the new year with lots of ideas....a break gets the creative juices flowing.
For the Lucas family we have a few more activities to go to, with the first, being tonight. The Downshire Brass Band which our daughter plays in will be playing at the Kennedy Centre tonight from half six so if you’re in the area call in. Then Wednesday night it’s the school carol service which should be fun. Saturday is my mother-in-law’s birthday so we will be having a big family meal which we don't always manage and my brother-in-law who lives in LA will be home to celebrate also (its not even a big birthday so go us!). Then on Christmas Eve it’s our youngest daughter’s birthday so the present opening starts here and then we will have my in-laws at ours for a lovely Christmas lunch. Once all our visitors leave and the dishes are done, we take the kids for a walk to see all the decorated houses before coming back into the warmth of the fire, a light tea and the night before Christmas as a bedtime story. Once we get the kids to sleep it’s time for my husband and I to open a bottle of bubbly and sit and watch It’s a Wonderful Night (something we have been doing since our first Christmas together as boyfriend and girlfriend (that wasn't yesterday, that’s for sure).
The next two days it’s just he four of us enjoying family time (treasured time together).
So I want to take this time to wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!