The Sunday Post (Inverness)
10 SMILES OF THE WEEK
▼ spice up your christmas
Wednesday is Gingerbread House Day, so why not get together with friends and family to decorate your own?
▼ Three is The magic number
With only three Mondays left until Christmas Day, we’re wrapping presents, decorating our tree, and eating lots of mince pies. How are you getting into the festive spirit?
A Glasgow bakery is making doughnuts designed specially for pooches. The bite-sized “Dognuts” are handmade and even feature glazed icing – sounds barking mad if you ask us!
▼ dress To impress
Friday is International Christmas Jumper Day, so pull on some festive knitwear and get into the spirit.
▼ season’s eatings
Greggs is offering free in-store gift wrapping for the first time, allowing hangry shoppers to swap Sellotape for sausage rolls.
▼ Party crashing
A quarter of workers will take a sickie after their Christmas party according to a survey. We want to assure our editor that any illnesses are 100% genuine.
▼ yin and out
He just announced he is qutting live shows, but you can enjoy Billy Connolly’s Ultimate World Tour on ITV this Thursday.
▼ Park life
Lots of our colleagues took part in the Sleep In The Park event for charity last night in aid of the Social Bite charity. It was a good night’s sleep.
▼ no mountain high enough
A 24-year-old has become the first woman to climb Afghanistan’s highest mountain, Mount Noshaq. You go, girl.
▼ good Tidings
Unseasonal heat of 16 degrees has melted an ice rink in London. Anyone fancy a festive dip in the pool?
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