What’s in store for the festive season?

A little while back I had a chat with a few of my friends who had just finished Christmas with a bunch of family.

The thought of it being an annual event was quite surreal.

We were all so busy, I was getting all sorts of messages from all over the world and we were all really happy about it, especially the boys, who loved it.

So I thought it was only fair that the holidays would be about celebrating what is important, what we love, and why we are doing it.

I guess the idea of Christmas comes naturally to us.

We all agreed that, for the first time in a long time, there was an actual Christmas tree.

The trees were a little different to the ones we’ve grown up with, but still quite traditional and they are still there in the ground.

There are even some Christmas decorations around.

So it was really fun to see it all come together and to see how the people of New Zealand reacted to it.

I have no idea what we’ll do when the trees come down, but I can say that the whole experience of Christmas is a bit different to anything we’ve ever done before.

I think the first thing we did was we went on a walk around the city, and we went up to the city to see what we could do.

So we went and got a look around the town.

We did a little bit of research and we just got really excited by what we found.

So our next step was to do a walk through the city centre, which is normally reserved for weddings and funerals.

But it was packed and we couldn’t do that because we had to take our kids to school.

We found a little parking lot that had a huge tree right in the middle of it, so we went down there and got some Christmas trees.

It was amazing to see the whole town and the lights and all that, so I’m really happy to have done it.

It’s great that people are so happy, but we can only hope that it’s a good thing that the trees go down, and they come down and everyone’s happy again.