Merry Christmas

I am currently back in England, celebrating the holidays with my family.

There will be a podcast post going up on Wednesday 29th December and a blog post on Friday 31st December.  My next newsletter will go out on Tuesday 28th December.  Not on my newsletter list?  Join here.

I am taking a short break from being active online so all comments, emails and DMs will be answered when I return.  Thanks for your patience!

To all my wonderful readers

I truly appreciate all the support, encouragement and friendship given over this year.  I hope you all have a wonderful rest over the holiday season.  See you in 2022!

Have a very Merry Christmas.  Image of snow covered tree bough with silver baubles


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21 thoughts on “Merry Christmas

  1. P.S. – I hope you use the expression “giving you a run for your money” – it dawns on me, you may not use it like we do here in the U.S. … you have conquered adversity many times over Ari. Now I like that better.

    1. 😀 We do use that! It is always funny when a phrase gets used and it’s not universal! Rachel and I sometimes find that when we are doing the podcast 😀

      1. Whew – that’s good Ari, because I wrote it and then thought – oh wow, better clarify! I find these days if I use a phrase that has been around awhile, or even a cliche, I need to check the online slang dictionary as it often means something totally different these days and then the phrase or word gets stricken from my post pronto. 🙂

  2. Enjoy your respite Ari and I’m sure your parents are delighted to have you home for happier circumstances. May 2022 be a better year than your last year, all which have given you a run for your money.

    1. Thanks Linda, yes they were happy I was able to visit in 2021 for Christmas. Especially as I couldn’t in 2020 due to the lockdown restrictions.

      I truly believe 2022 will be a better year, I am taking no guff from this new year, it needs to buck its ideas up right from the start 😀

      I hope you had a good Christmas and I wish you all the best for this year!! 🙂

      1. Your lockdown restrictions were more severe than ours … I think that’s why we are in such dire straits over here … I am happy to work from home, that’s for sure. At least 2021 was a better year for your family and best to you in 2022 Ari.

      2. Yes, they were more severe, but also the government made some blunders including several members of parliment who swanned around travelling while positive for covid.

        If there’s one thing the Brits don’t like, it’s being told what to do by people who then turn around and don’t do it themselves. So then some people just started doing the same and the government lost all credibility.

      3. They are supposed to be held to a higher standard. This pandemic has really shown people’s true colors, no matter what country, rich or poor, hasn’t it Ari?

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