A Short Yet Fervent Wish: Happiness in the Coming Year.

I wanted to use this banner picture, because of all it says to the world in this revelatory year. Durham Cathedral which nestles among trees and can be so beautiful, reduced – or you might think transformed – into a draftsman’s exercise, an instrument of domination. Money and power proving humanity can be bought, it seemed specially appropriate in this odd, rather threatening time. Orwell’s 1984 is long gone: Soros’s 2024 is unpleasantly close…

Nevertheless,

HAPPY CHRISTMAS, EVERYONE!

Let’s make the best of it we can!

No promises for blog content over ‘The Holiday’. I am prone to spelling errors when fatigued, and in matters of fatigue I am a professional.

So Merry Christmas to all who celebrate it, condolences to those who don’t, and a guid, (hideously misspelled) New Year.

Love Fred.

4 responses to “A Short Yet Fervent Wish: Happiness in the Coming Year.”

  1. Thank you, Frederick, and Merry Christmas to you and yours. Keep those stories coming in the New Year!

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  2. Thank you Fred! And a very Happy Christmas to you too!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Same to you ….
    with a bag full of happiness in New Year !!!

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    1. Thank you – one thing’s for sure, it will be interesting! Make yours a good one!

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