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CLICmas #23

Posted by archifCLICarchive from Cardiff - Published on 23/12/2011 at 12:00
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Yn Gymraeg

Welcome to window #23 of the CLICmas Advent Calendar!

“To be born Welsh is to be born privileged. Not with a silver spoon in your mouth, but music in your blood and poetry in your soul” - Wilfred Wilson

I love being Welsh.  We have flare, charisma, passion and generally look on the brighter side of life.  This is a good thing as there is lots of bad news in the media at the moment.  I try to not let it get me down as I’m a glass-half-full person.

I’m particularly grateful for Christmas this year as it has replaced all those bad news stories with thoughts of mistletoe, presents, reindeer, Santa Claus, Christmas hats and chocolates; if only for a little while.

When I want to top up my Christmas-o-Meter (as I call it), I walk outside and see the wonderful Christmas spirit that is right here in Wales.

I wanted to capture this for everyone and share some of the amazing sights that are right here in my home town: Llanelli. I borrowed Dad’s camera (well I asked Mum, I’m not sure he knew about it) and went out a couple of weekends ago to take some photos. I hope you enjoy the warmth, fun and beautiful lights.

I'd love to know what fills up your Christmas-o-Meter!  Leave a comment and let everyone know what makes you feel Christmassy.

Nadolig Llawen!

CLICmas Advent Calendar

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