*Headdesk*

Dec. 27th, 2011 10:56 am
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Mum just wandered into the kitchen where Doug and I were gazing at the TV in horror at the ancient fashions in the old movie that was playing.

"Oh, is that The Kings Speech?"

The movie was King Ralph.
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I'm spending the day wrapping the kids Christmas presents, which as you might imagine having four kids, there are a lot of.

To make the day a bit more bearable I play a Spotify list of Christmas music at obnoxious levels. I've made it a collaborative list and would be grateful if anyone who has Spotify would add their favourite Christmas (or festive winter) music. Aside from Death, Thrash and Heavy Metal I'm happy with any Genre, and cheesy music is fine too. Non-English languages would be welcome, as I already have some Welsh Language Christmas music on there. (And if you want to here more I also have a playlist of Welsh Language Christmas Songs)

Favourite Christmas Music
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Every Christmas we use a Numbers spreadsheet to keep track of presents, cards and food that we have bought or need to buy or send, and where we are on our budget.

We want to both be able to access it and edit it, preferably through both the iMac and our mobile devices (iPod Touch for Doug and iPad 2 for me), but if Doug can only get at it through the iMac, so long as I can get at it through my iPad that's fine.

This doesn't seem like an unreasonable want, yet so far I can't find a way for us both to be able to edit the same document, whilst keeping it mobile. I can publish it to iWork, but Doug can only annotate it, not edit.

Any suggestions?
thedivinegoat: A photo of a Christmas Fairy Tree Ornament on a pile of other tree ornaments. No text. (My Photo - Christmas Fairy)
The Advent Calendar has been hung and the pockets filled, welsh language christmas songs are playing, and the craft glitter is invading the house.

I think as I get older I'm enjoying the build-up for it's own sake, rather than impatiently waiting for a day that always goes very quickly.

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