Christmas in July – The Tablet Version

As previously mentioned in Christmas in July - Lisa's: and Christmas in July - View from an Alex   KSP Writer's Centre A.K.A. The greatest writing centre in the world were having a literary dinner the evening of my Tuesday Writers Circle. So I made that our writing theme. Mum again wouldn't write (because she … Continue reading Christmas in July – The Tablet Version

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Christmas in July – View from an Alex

As previously mentioned in Christmas in July - Lisa's: KSP Writer's Centre A.K.A. The greatest writing centre in the world were having a literary dinner the evening of my Tuesday Writers Circle. So I made that our writing theme. Mum again wouldn't write (because she is stubborn) and no one who wasn't family came (because … Continue reading Christmas in July – View from an Alex

Christmas in July – Lisa’s

KSP Writer's Centre A.K.A. The greatest writing centre in the world were having a literary dinner the evening of my Tuesday Writers Circle. So I made that our writing theme. Mum again wouldn't write (because she is stubborn) and no one who wasn't family came (because too many have met me). But triumphantly Tablet wrote, … Continue reading Christmas in July – Lisa’s

Christmas Loot

As an adult I get sensible things for Christmas; not like children.  My kids got gift vouchers, some cash, lots of clothes, towels and books.  Fun stuff!  I only got 2 tops and a scarf+... I received several things for my on going high tea service collection,a couple of DVDs, some books and money.  But … Continue reading Christmas Loot

Christmas in 40*C – Addendum

The Original The more eagle eyed of my readers may have noticed that Cat was missing from the light hunting photos.  And that Natasha's shorts are far too short (she's 13 and she could pass for 18, life is not fair for parents of girls). Cat had started house sitting for 3 days, 2 nights … Continue reading Christmas in 40*C – Addendum

KSP Challenge – The Wrong Question Part 2 Alex’s Guest Post.

This is Alex's piece for the challenge described in KSP Challenge. This year parents told Natasha how Santa Claus was a spirit that used them and other believers as helpers during the Christmas season. Unlike the rest of us, she was devastated, which has kinda left me confused and sad for baby sister. I don't … Continue reading KSP Challenge – The Wrong Question Part 2 Alex’s Guest Post.

KSP Challenge – The Wrong Question

Warning depressing & strong language. I've been meaning to write this for some time (you know; computer problems, put it on the back burner).   The last week before the end of year party ( you know; when Alex & I were cast adrift so our fellow Writer's Circle participants could have lives over the … Continue reading KSP Challenge – The Wrong Question

Christmas & Clamshells – A Cutting Combination

You've heard it before and until someone legislates you will hear it again.  I hate modern packaging.  I read an article a while back that people are actually being injured, even hospitalised opening packaging.  Plastic as sharp as knives needing to be cut opened at an angle that forces the opener to leave their veins … Continue reading Christmas & Clamshells – A Cutting Combination

Christmas in 40*C. – Light Hunting in Perth Part 4

Part 1 Sensible people will want to start reading at part 1 and read through in the correct order; that is because they are sensible (not boring, now that isn't very nice) & that is the sensible way of doing things.  Crazy people will like the order I put them in because I too am … Continue reading Christmas in 40*C. – Light Hunting in Perth Part 4

Christmas Is Not Over

Computer problems, internet problems, health problems and people demanding I do useless stuff like parenting & eating have resulted in my not havingwritten everything I wanted to about Christmas. So what you might say?  You write rubbish about nothing.  Nobody cares! Well, I care!  I had plans, and I am autistic.  There are plans, they … Continue reading Christmas Is Not Over