Saturday, 28 June 2014

Seasonally adjusted

The summer solstice has been and gone, but there's still time to enter this poetry competition with the longest day as the theme.

While you're doing that I'm going to have a look at my stock of Christmas stories. I think I need to write more.

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    1. Yes, but it's a long, gradual descent, Wendy.

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  2. The C word!!! Oh, heck, baubles to it I say***!!!&%$$$***

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    1. But only in a fictional context, Suzy.

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  3. You know, it's a good idea to look at Christmas stories now, Patsy - thanks for the reminder!

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    1. We have to keep looking forward don't we, Rosemary?

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  4. Patsy, how can you bear to anticipate Christmas in June? I know you have to, but....

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    1. I keep reminding myself it's fiction, Frances.

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  5. We'll forget you mentioned the 'c' word in any other context but writing.

    Love the collection of hot air balloons. :0

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    1. I thought a snowy scene would be a bit too much, Carol.

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  6. Love the photo, Patsy. I can't bear to think of Christmas and winter during these lovely long days but I suppose it's good advice to think of sending off Christmas stories.

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    1. It's a wonder we writers aren't even more mixed up and confused than we really are, Jan.

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  7. Can't think of Christmas today, it's 111 degrees outside.

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    1. Actually, the temp was only 109. The prognosticator was slightly off.

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