One Christmassy Evening

One Christmassy evening, the Christmas lights in the city centre were being switched on; bright twinkly jewel like beams of light shone from the giant Christmas tree and starry golden lights adorned the shops, dazzling in the distance making the city centre look super cute, merry and bright. Walking through town children's faces of delight could be seen. Some queued for fun fairground rides, whilst others excitedly waited in line to meet Father Christmas with their parents who were equally as excited to see their child experience this magical moment. Making the way through town was quite chaotic as there was so much going on, so many people getting into the Christmas spirit. Fairground rides, a nativity scene with donkeys and sheep, a multiplicity of Christmas markets, and even a fake snow machine. Time for a drink now. But before that, time to see the cute reindeer! The reindeer brought joy to a lot of faces, young and old. Elsa is the newest addition to the reindeer family, rumoured to be best buds with Rudolph. 

"Time for a mulled wine?" the young lady with festively red lipstick asked. "Yes!" her boyfriend excitedly replied. The pair enjoyed their mulled wine sitting outside in the frosty air, listening to live Christmas music and feeling ever so festive. As the sky got a little darker and the air slightly more chilly, Jonny and Lauren made their way to the Christmas markets. Lots of little grotto-like huts lined up the busy high street, each one filled with delicious food, sweet treats and hand crafted gifts. The smell of tasty warming food swirled through the air and with so much choice, how is anyone to choose? The traditional German sausage? A super Christmassy turkey and stuffing sandwich? Pizza? Jonny and Lauren opted for the first two and topped that off with a Malibu snowball and the biggest chocolate Oreo muffin. As the night sky darkened, it was time to leave the twinkling festive lit city behind and head home.


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