A journey of weekends

A weekend putting up Christmas

Surprisingly, digging out the tree this year was easy. Goes to show the benefits of keeping things together in a sensible place đź‘Ť To add to the ease, I didn’t spend the usual hours and hours, attempting, attempting, blindly believing that I can get the lights nice. I can’t. I never do. So this year […]

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A journey of weekends, Christmas

A weekend before Christmask

Should auld acquaintance be forgot — shit! That’s a week away! Um I’m too drunk for this! This weekend, I have Got myself to Cornwall. Discovered pink gin and lemonade. Tried to see the festive Mousehole harbour lights but discovered I can’t drive in the Cornwall pitch-black dark so managed 5-miles before hitting the gin. […]

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Christmas, Work

No more work ’cause it’s Christmas!!!

YAY!!! And the best bit… IT’S NO MORE WORK UNTIL 2019!!! That’s a whole year away! And what’s super great is that I haven’t got to work Christmas Eve and those pesky days ’til New Year FOR THE FIRST TIME I CAN REMEMBER!!! (Except, of course, 2015 and ’17 when I was without job ’cause they […]

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A journey of weekends, Christmas

A weekend of IT’S CHRISTMAS (so soon)!!!

It seems to be coming around quicker every year, Christmas.  I suspect, having recently been enlightened on the conspiracy surrounding fluoride, that we’re being lied to. It won’t take much digging by a perfectly focused snooper to discover that the months are being shortened, if not erased entirely, by our governments and big corporations.  WHY?! […]

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Christmas

It’s Christmas!!!

This Christmas there is an air that’s lacked in previous years — the rush of death on its lead up I am not a part — and it is freeing. Not being in a funeral home, not being deceived by bullies, not staying in stoicism, is liberating. I am in a Christmassy mood for the first time in years, […]

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Mental wellbeing

Excuse me? It’s nearly September?

Have we really (nearly) had August already? The calendar says we have — apparently we’ve had a lot of it — but, excuse me? Where did July go? What have I been doing? I’d say today felt like late April, early May, not August and nearly September! I can’t be 32, I don’t remember my birthday — does […]

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