My good friend Rita, at RitaLovesToWrite.com , has had a capital idea; to feature posts on each of the 12 days of Christmas.
She ran a fabulous serial about a Christmas elf, and asked me to dip into my post box to see what I had which might fit.
My first contribution falls lamentably short of being a story. Another – a real live Christmas story featuring someone from MI6 – is awaiting .
Thing is, twelve is a lot.
If you have a Christmas post to add to Rita’s site, would you let her know in a comment over there?
Many thanks, all.
And now, for the first Christmas post – the one which was not a story, but rather a musing.
It begins here.
Merry mid-Christmas, Everyone. Watch out for Secret Santa.
13 thoughts on “Got any Christmas Stories?”
Hi Kate, hope you had a fantastic Christmas – I”m dishing out awards on my blog today and there’s three there for you. You can pick them up here: http://childoftheisland.wordpress.com/2013/12/31/last-minute-gifts-and-blessings/
Many blessings for a great NY, Bia 🙂
Hi Bia, apologies for the delay in replying, thank you very much indeed!
Pleasure Kate, Happy New year and blessings to you and yours 🙂
Lovely musing, Kate.
We went to a presentation a few years ago that viewed the night sky of 2,000 years ago . . . maybe the star of Bethlehem wasn’t a star at all?
Great angle, Nancy! What they needed was a telescope just like Felix’s.
Mine, of course, deals with the first night – any number of them must do that!
For Twelfth Night, you can have What You Will – Will says so! 🙂
I love that title. Shakespeare loved surprising and delighting his audience and never more than in the title of one of my favourite plays.
You are awesome! Happy New Year!
😀 And to you, Rita.
The stars merely twinkle and pass us by 🙂
I still wider whether, even in this 21st century, they have a bit of fairy dust left for us, BB…
Absolutely beautiful, Kate. You’ve poetically breathed life into what has been rolling around in my mind for a few days now. The idea that anything can happen. Not everything we’re facing this year–any of us–is going to be easy, but I live with such a spirit of hope and eagerness to see how it will all come about. And I think much of it will be delicious! I stare at those stars almost nightly and I can only imagine being in your forest and looking up! A very happy, healthy and peaceful new year to your whole wonderful clan, Kate.
Ambitious 12-Days project! ox
And to you, Debra! I agree. I’m with the roller-coaster school of life. Much more exciting.