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Merry Christmas from Cosy Cottage


Merry Christmas to everyone from all the residents at Cosy Cottage. We hope you all have the Christmas you most want – whether peaceful or fun, lively or relaxing. I can’t believe a new decade starts next year! I was hoping to publish a few extra posts this month but time has once again escaped me. I will be taking a little break until January but hope to catch up with your blogs in the meantime πŸ™‚


All the best for 2020 πŸ™‚



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27 thoughts on “Merry Christmas from Cosy Cottage

      1. They always look so festive don’t they. My mom and I used to hit the Hallmark store the day after Christmas for all the sales on boxed cards and other items which were half price, if not more. That is the way to do it.

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  1. Hey Clare, l know l have responded to you in the recent week or so, but is everything alright – very quiet on blog. I am as always so far behind with my reading and have arrived to find your blog quiet, so just hoping all is well.

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    1. Hi Rory, everything is well thanks. Thank you for your concern, it shows how wonderful the blogging community is here. πŸ™‚ It was just that I decided to take a short break from blogging after Christmas. I’ve also been working on a proofreading course so that’s taking some of my time too. But Cosy Cottage is back on Saturday! πŸ™‚

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      1. Excellent, l took a proof reading course a few years ago, ‘dayum’ but it was and still is confusing at times, especially with the squigglies’, but as you have probably noticed, a lot of people don’t proof read what they write, little mistakes are often spotted domestically, but l was shocked at times after the course to see how many big stories and bigger journo’s didn’t proof read their own content, so hopefully you might get some work from this πŸ™‚

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      2. I do proofreading as part of my day job but I thought it would be good to do a course in case I became a freelance in the future. It’s been trickier than I expected with PDF commenting tools and then there’s those squiggles…!

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