Christmas Blues


Well, November and early December kind of flew by in a haze – always so much work to do and it always plays hell with NaNoWriMo. So hurrah for “failing” again this year. :/

In other news I seem to have become addicted to Fallout 4 in the small amount of spare time that I have aside from work and feeling sick. I also have a date for surgery, finally…on December 22nd. Yep, that means spending Christmas in the hospital, what fun. And here I was actually excited about the holiday this year – I’d decorated on the first weekend in December and had presents ordered. I was looking up recipes for fudge and bourbon balls and other Christmassy things, and now it’s all poo. Poo, I tell you!

I did buy a holiday oversize tshirt to wear in hospital that said Naughty But Nice. I got this only because I couldn’t find one that said Merry Motherf*cking Christmas. I told Phil that and he said “But what about the kids?” and I had a moment of genuine horror when I said “THERE ARE GOING TO BE KIDS!?!” Haha, truly a nightmare before Christmas.

I’ll hopefully post again before the end of next week, but if I don’t…have a very wonderful holiday with tons of good food and sentimental movies shared by family and friends. Much love to all.

7 thoughts on “Christmas Blues

  1. Sorry about NaNoWriMo, Ravven. More, about your Christmas Blues. Not the time to be in hospital :( But so glad you’re finally getting your surgery and will be on the road to healing and good health. You are in my thoughts.

  2. Thank you, Tamara! I really appreciate that. Yeah, I admit that I was incredibly disappointed to be spending the holidays in hospital. Feeling quite Grinch-like right now. :D

  3. Ugh! sending all the hugs.

    Nanowrimo tends to make those of us without any real reason to struggle, struggle so you were very brave to take it on this year.

    Thoughts with you over xmas, its stressful enough time without having to be in hospital. Waiting for surgery must really suck so on the positive (slightly tarnished silver lining maybe) that is great to be finally going ahead.

    Sending recovery hugs too, speedy getting well!

  4. Ravven,

    Good luck to you and hoping for a quick and easy recovery! I support you wearing the “Merry Motherf*cking Christmas” shirt btw. :P

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