Three hoodies save the world

Constant moaning and whinging about everything

Christmas is coming and I’ve nowhere to hide.

The run up to Christmas is great. All the usual songs on the radio, the excitement of the children, and most of the adults, and the run up to a week or so off work.

It’s just the other stuff that makes me sound like Scrooge. Bills tumbling through the letter box, all those extra pounds and the dark looming days January to look forward to. And I don’t know whether it’s just me but everything bad that’s ever happened to me has happened at Christmas. Two motorbike crashes, nearly croaking from meningitis and my mum dying.

But as I always do I’m going to forget about the previous holidays and enjoy this one. Who knows, maybe this year will be uneventful.

To that end I’ve already begun clearing a space below the fireplace just in case Santa decides to leave me a Porsche. I’m going to leave some extra big biscuits and a glass of sherry for his effort.

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2 thoughts on “Christmas is coming and I’ve nowhere to hide.

  1. I’ll keep my fingers crossed for you!! 😀

  2. Thanks, but it’s already begun. Last night my mains water pipe burst. It’s not hurling cars into the sky but still a complete pain in the bum. My water company are so concerned they’re sending someone out straight away – about Tuesday.

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