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Midweek Sport - - TV GUIDE - With Lin­sey Dawn Mcken­zie

I HAD an embarrassing mo­ment this week when I was putting up my Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tions.

I bought my­self a new un­der­wear set and it is just the most com­fort­able thing I have ever worn, so I had that on while I was dec­o­rat­ing the tree.

There I was in my lounge with a large glass of red wine in my hand, Christ­mas tunes play­ing on the telly, danc­ing around hang­ing baubles.

I hadn’t both­ered to pull the cur­tains be­cause I didn’t think any­one could see – then I re­alised my neigh­bours were star­ing at me through the win­dow.

Luck­ily I was hav­ing such a good time I didn’t care!

IF you want to com­ment on any­thing in my col­umn this week, or think there is a hot topic I should be dis­cussing, then you can tweet me at @lin­sey_­dawn. THERE have been ru­mours in the past few weeks that Jor­dan and Peter An­dre might get back to­gether.

I’m not al­ways her big­gest fan but I think they were re­ally good to­gether and I would like them to make a go of it.

I think they gen­uinely loved each other and I wish they could over­come what­ever went wrong be­tween them and give it an­other crack.

They have lovely kids to­gether and it would be so nice for them to over­come their prob­lems for the sake of the chil­dren and get back to­gether.

I think they worked well to­gether and I know she has had a lot of hard times. Although I love to hate her, I would like to see them happy again. THE eco­nomic cli­mate is all doom and gloom, but that won’t stop me spend­ing loads on Christ­mas presents.

As far as I’m con­cerned I work hard and I like treat­ing my fam­ily.

I do think it’s wrong when peo­ple to­tally spoil their chil­dren.

But if what makes you happy is see­ing smiles on your kids’ faces on Christ­mas Day, then that’s your busi­ness.

Hav­ing said that, it’s im­por­tant to teach them the value of money.

There is noth­ing worse than kids who’ve been brought up with sil­ver spoons in their mouths, handed every­thing on a plate and who think money grows on trees.

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