Hopefully you’ve all signed off on work for the festive season now and you’re chilling out on the sofa with a Baileys (yes, I know it’s only lunchtime, but ’tis the season) and a good movie. I’m currently watching the classic 2006 Christmas romp, Deck the Halls (which has an average rating of 6% on Rotten Tomatoes). As is usual for this time of year, I’ve given myself a much-too-large crafting project to complete before the weekend, so this will be a very short post before I descend into full craft-panic.
I just wanted to wish you all a restful holiday break filled with good cheer and merriment. It’s been a year of existential crises for all of us, I think, but there’s always hope, and ground-breaking research to mend the ills of the world…right? (Ignore those fools saying we don’t need experts, we do!) Even though you’ve no doubt heard the likes of this before, I’m going to say it again anyway: be excellent to one another. And to people you don’t know, even if they’re really annoying you in the supermarket. And if it appears that someone has less than you, maybe give them a little bit of what you have – hellos, handshakes and hugs included.
See you in the new year, folks!