Oh I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday

To be honest although I love Christmas I don’t think my purse strings could stand Christmas everyday not to mention the havoc it wreaks on my writing.
For example yesterday was a lovely day spent Christmas shopping, eating at Frankie and Bennies and a bit more Christmas shopping which meant that by the time I finally got to my writing space at night I was a) too pooped to write and b)I had dead arms due to the heaviness of the bags.
So today after a night of rest and recuperation I realised that next weekend was the 1st of December (how did that creep up so fast?) so we took the children out to pick their advent calendars then we all piled back into the house for dinner, homework and generally doing all the housey type things that I should have been doing yesterday instead of swanning around shopping, which means so far I have this weekend I’ve yet to write a thing. Hopefully tonight I will manage to get an hour or two in so long as The Secrets of Crickerly Hall don’t get in the way or perhaps I should make a start on the Christmas cards?

6 thoughts on “Oh I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday

  1. I’d rather it was Boxing Day every day that way we could live off turkey sandwiches and chocolate and spend all our time writing while everyone else watched TV and played with their pressies.

  2. Let me be the first to welcome you to blogland. I only started mine a few months ago, and I know how nice it is to have someone leave a comment. It must be very difficult to find time to write with young children. I am impressed that you do quilting – I am useless at anything involving a needle! Best of luck with your writing.

    • Thank you all of you for your comments, I was so thrilled to see them! I’m just starting out with quilting so it’s looking a bit dodgy at the moment, but it is really good fun and quite satisfying so see it slowly coming together.

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