It’s Christmas! Time for curling up with that new video game from Santa, hunting through Steam for bargains, and having one hand on the controller while the other is in the chocolate box. Who knows, you might even be able to rope your mum into a game once she’s had a sherry or two.

I’d like to take this festive opportunity to wish everyone out there a very merry Christmas and happy New Year before we all get caught up in the madness of the day. I hope you have a lovely day and find everything you wished for waiting for you under the tree; and that 2020 is the year when all your dreams come true. May it be filled with happiness, love, laughter and even more great video games.

It’s a double celebration here at Later Levels as today is the blog’s third birthday. The last three years have been such an incredible experience filled with so many opportunities and highlights, but most special of all are the talented bloggers I’ve met along the way. I’m now privileged to call some of them friends in real life and they’re some of the most amazing people I’ve ever had the chance to know.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart and, once again, merry Christmas.

Kim ❤️

PS: remember I asked you guys to bring along festive tunes to the winter blog party a couple of weeks ago? Enjoy!

Christmas kisses and birthday wishes: 2019

4 thoughts on “Christmas kisses and birthday wishes: 2019

  1. Merry Christmas to you! A day too late, but still. 😛

    And happy blog birthday! Mine will be 4 years old in March. It’s a great feeling, isn’t it?

    And a happy new year!


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