With any luck I will soon be off to sunnier climes (although Siberia would probably be sunnier than the UK right now).
So I’d like to wish everyone who reads this blog a very Merry Christmas.
2010 has been full of incident and intrigue, drama and controversy, great matches and performances.
From John Higgins to Alex Higgins, Barry Hearn to Neil Robertson, there have been big stories and talking points, memorable moments and a few things I’m sure everyone would rather forget.
Thanks for your comments and support throughout the year. It is much appreciated.
For those of you in Britain who still want a fix of snooker over the festive period, Sky Sports4 is showing highlights of the Word Seniors Championship each day at 6pm and 12am.
It'll all kick off again with a busy few months from the New Year into the World Championship as more chapters in the game's rich and compelling history are written. I look forward to following it all here on snookersceneblog.
In the meantime, Merry Christmas everyone – be safe, be happy and, most of all, be warm!