Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist


I gave way to pressure- mainly internal- a couple of days back and put the Christmas tree up. I like the twinkling lights but nobody else does.

The horses' owner just delivered them some Christmas cheer in the form of a  load of hay that smells like a brewery. I guess its been laid up in a barn fermenting...

We have one or two people we need to send cards to. Ailz just dealt with a couple by way of Moonpig. I understand Christmas card sales are down this year because why would you send cards to people you're constantly twittering at?  I'd be glad to see the back of them altogether.

Christmas is like a big feathery duvet pulled up around the ears- cosy, comforting and restrictive.

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