Sunday, 20 December 2015

My Sunday Photo - Week 51

I've really enjoyed taking part every week of 2015, it was a bit hit and miss prior to that. Sunday is no longer a day of rest, it's the first day of the working week in the UAE and after the holidays are over I'll be back in the world of work as a full time FS1 teacher.

I've also been taking part every week in Project 365 and writing a weekly blog post of my week. I've included a One Daily Positive into my photos and I've been combining two photo prompts each day. One from Britmums, Snaphappbritmums and the other from FMSPhotoADay.

I'm going to continue with Project 365 but not use the photo prompts as a weekly reflection, but as Sunday is the start of the week I'm going to use this post to tell you about my plans for the week ahead. 

This week I'm looking forward to seeing Star Wars, visiting the Madinat, spending time on the beach, walking Bob in the desert, eating junk food on Cheistmas day and going out for a meal on Boxing Day as a family. The teen has blood tests, I have an MRI, I need to hire a car, do a food shop, wash and iron also and watch as many Christmas movies as possible.

Getting back to the aim of this post. I give you today's Christmas Tree at the Oasis Centre off Sheikh Zayed Road as yes, they do celebrate Christmas here in Dubai. 



                    

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  1. They really go all out don't they? It looks so huge! Hope you all have a really lovely one!

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    1. everything is just big and bigger, it's lovely out here

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  2. Awesome looking pretty. I've really enjoyed your photos from around the World this year...I think I'm right in saying we've had Canada, South Africa, Dubai and the UK? Have I missed anywhere?

    Hope you and your family have a Merry Christmas

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. I had the briefest of stops in Oman and Muscat for visa runs this year, but otherwise that's it...lol. No travel planned for next year, I'm tired of it

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  3. What a great Christmas Tree, I love the snowmen stood around it too!

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    1. I've yet to decide on my favourite tree

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  4. Wishing you a fabulous Christmas Suzanne. Does it seem weird celebrating Christmas is a warm climate, or is this something you've got used to?

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    1. I am used to it now, but it's still weird, seeing all the sun

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