The day has finally arrived when I can say a HUGE HAPPY CHRISTMAS to you, with lots of love and hugs from me and Angel (guinea pig furry kid daughter), who I get to spend time with whilst staying at my parents. xxxxxxxx Sadly Chestnut is no longer with me.
I love this Christmas Quote by Andy Rooney as I can relate to it so much! Can you?
I love to be surrounded by Christmas paper as it makes the magic linger for longer for me. What about you? I feel the same way about my Birthday paper too, especially if it’s got cute bears on it!
Sadly, my parents pretty much bin the Christmas paper as soon as it’s torn apart.
I also try to purposefully go slowly to pick and unwrap the Christmas presents – that way the magic also lingers for longer!
I love playing Christmas music too!
What do you do to make the magic of Christmas linger for longer? Please comment below as I love to read you!
Have a fabulous and very special Christmas day, just like you!
Always keep writing and never give up on your dreams.
In the new year I will have my “How To Manage Fibromyalgia Like A Superhero Rockstar – Fibro Girl To The Rescue” book out. It is about how to manage fibromyalgia to have less pain and more energy. Part autobiographical, it is told from my own experiences, knowledge, and using my Quirky Methods! I hope it helps a ton of people! There is a lot of life skills in it – so even if you don’t have fibro, it will still be a good read. I have some more editing to do before I can publish it, but in essence the meat is done. And next year, I will have my first Quirky Academy course out and that academy will be my main focus for next year!
You may recognise this pic from my last post, as it is the thumbnail for this video. This is the first time I have ever shown a tour of my flat. Happy Christmas!
Much love and light to you. Keep shining and bringing your joy to those who are blessed to know you.
A few weeks ago I went to London for the Business Revolution two-day business seminar. I have yet to post some photos from that. On the 3rd day I had a play day and went to Thorpe Park by myself, and then to see Elf the musical in the evening. My train didn’t leave London until 11.45pm so I was able to see it without worrying about time. I bought the ticket on the day so it was more expensive than I would usually pay, but was well worth every penny. It was one of the best musicals I have seen in my life. Ben Forster (from Jesus Christ Superstar), who played the main character, was sensational and very convincing as Buddy the Elf. His love was played by Kimberly Walsh from Girl Band Girl’s Aloud. I would highly recommend this musical as a must see. After watching this musical you will be under no illusion that Santa really exists, and so does the magic of Christmas.
I love Christmas and I love looking at Christmas lights, because they make me feel magical, warm, soft and squidgy inside. Okay – so being quirky, and doing some quirky stuff, means a few other things can make me feel like this too; but Christmas is unique and I love the magic and wonder of it so much.
I am proud to announce that I am now a YouTube partner. Apparently it can be very difficult to get accepted to be a partner, so I was thrilled when I was accepted almost straight away. Some people can make a living out of YouTube, whether I do or I don’t, as long as I spread my Embrace Your Quirky message, to as many people as possible, to help make a positive difference to others lives, that’s what will make me happy.
I am still off sick from work. I saw my doctor today and he signed me off for another week. He also gave me a perscription for a third pill to take. I have to take two pills three times a day and the other pill, twice a day. 8 pills a day, my greatest number to date.
My parents went shopping for me today, to get guineapig bedding. That was kind, as I am well stocked up now.
I had to buy mineral water and walked across the road to a local supermarket to get it. Whilst I was in there, I bought some Festive Fun to cheer me up. I hope you enjoy some festive fun too.
Inbetween resting from being ill, I am trying to work on my book for the finish deadline of the 20th of January. Some days I am in too much pain or too tired to do any but when I can, it makes me feel good.