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…



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. Evelyn J. Willburn (Right as Rain Online) Avatar
    Evelyn J. Willburn (Right as Rain Online)

    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!

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  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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