I am struggling this morning to post something meaningful as I have been very busy with work and will be for the rest of the week… I have finished reading that Blood Bowl novel I mentioned a couple of days ago and I was writing a review of it and critiquing it due to its poor spelling and grammar and realised that I am doing the ultimate Lime Kettle and decided to delete all that post. (For the record, the book was average at best and you have to be a gamer to determine that it was an average book – if you don’t play Blood Bowl, don’t bother!)
It is hard to write about something when you have committed to write very little about work, but then your work is what is consuming you at the moment… The reason for this all consumption is that some of my colleagues from our
When you’re in late November, obviously things start to turn to Xmas. Yesterday Niki got the girls their annual Santa photo. This was a big milestone for little Brooke as she has been petrified of Santa for the last two Christmas’s and this year she willing sat next to Santa. Niki was very happy too because it wasn’t crowded at Santa’s Workshop and he was actually walking around browsing (do Santa’s browse?) in the toy department, so the girls got to hold his hand and lead him back to the Santa Chair for their photo. He was a pretty good Santa and when was all said and done and they walked past Santa later on, he called out their names and wished them a Merry Christmas. So a big thumbs up to what seems to be one of the better Santa’s going around! (Myer at Penrith if you’re keen).
Also, because initially my Pop was ill, but more so that he passed away last month, my parents are going up to spend Xmas with my
Before this though, on Sunday, we’re having a Xmas Picnic with the old crowd and its getting to the stage that one of us (Pete) will be dressing up in Santa gear for the kids. Should be a good one, just hope the weather improves.
Well that’s enough… the train is at