Looking for Christmas. A list.

1.I found a grey hair. I was checking in the loos at work. The light is perfect for that particular function and I saw it. Tried to surreptitiously pull out without letting students/staff think I am going mad.


2. I have decided to have Christmas spirit this year. However this cannot start until December 1st. Until then I am ignoring all the trees, decorations, music and tinsel that seems to have spread throughout Trinidad.


3. Despite wanting spirit, it will be hard to achieve with no real tree ( I need to sweep up pine needles, it is part of the fun.) Also hard to feel Christmassy while hot. I may need to bake a lot and invite people over to eat, drink and be merry.


4. Also hard to find said spirit with cash flow issues that will prevent shopping. This is, after all, traditionally the main event that putts me into debt before the new year. So need to be imaginative. Very.


5. The combination of grey hair and 2009 being the year of all holy things turning 40 is a bit stressful. Need to get my head ( and hair) around that. Need to turn all Californian and “embrace” it. Find somewhere to put the rage.


6. Don’t want Christmas tree if it will make the tiny pile under it look even smaller. Answer might be to get one of those tiny trees. Will make pile appear bigger.


7. I will turn up the air conditioner and drink hot chocolate and marshmallows. Tradition is tradition.


8. I will go to the beach. A lot. Let’s have a tropical Christmas. Might as well.


9. Two more weeks and then school’s out! Can’t wait!


10. Two words. Tinsel and Rum.

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2 responses to “Looking for Christmas. A list.

  1. Francois

    Rum … lots of rum is the answer.
    It will make you merry and make the little pile of gifts appear bigger. You can always recover on the beach.

  2. jane

    Merry Christmas!!! TInsel is good as it brings our your very flamboyant side.

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