It is Sunday December 27th and the third holiday for Christmas.
Tomorrow is officially Boxing Day although many shops were open for business on Saturday. In spite of pouring rain the Sales were in full swing and I enjoyed dipping into my new book token at W H Smith’s where I bought a charming little book that I would otherwise have handled and admired but put back on the shelf.
It is: - A GUINEA PIG.
Pride and Prejudice
Its illustrations are delightful as well as hilarious, the story reduced to a brief paragraph on each page.
In total contrast my second choice is classed as Thrilling; Completely Riveting; a Rollercoaster.
It is Kimberley McCreight’s Where They Found Her. Can't wait to start it.
I hope you have all enjoyed Christmas as much as I have with good company, presents and cards. One late card especially pleased me because some kind person had written a message on the envelope.
Delivered to Derbyshire in error. Please redirect.
Happy Christmas Mrs Elgey.
If by any strange quirk this happened to be you then many thanks. It really made me smile.
Happy New Year to all you unknown friends across the world, especially so many in USA.
I do appreciate your interest in my Blog and hope you will continue to read it in the coming year. Very best wishes to you all as well as to my friends in the