Happy Christmas!

To those who have been bombarded with blog posts over the past few weeks: be merry and be joyful because from tomorrow onwards I will have less time to write… and your mailboxes will not be targeted by new notifications for a while :D

My jet plane will drop me off somewhere between The Netherlands and France to spend Christmas with my family. Needless to say, I am quite looking forward to it… presents are wrapped, books chosen to read while resting, phone backed up and synched with new music and suitcase about to be filled. No, not taking 5 pairs of shoes this time, only the one pair of Dr Martens‘ boots that suit my every style!

Already thinking of new year’s resolutions but I’ll enjoy Christmas first before writing them down (I know… binge writing is very much part of me lately and I constantly feel the need to do so :) )

In the meantime, enjoy December 21st… D-day as far as doomsayers are concerned (Mayan calendars, Catholic Armageddon prophecies, Hopi Native American drawings and NASA maps of colliding or alining planets are just that… something that might happen, sometime, somewhere, somehow… just not as/when we think it will happen).

Enjoy December 22nd… a breath of fresh air after National Geographic and the Discovery Channel have done their best to scare the living daylights out of people for the last 2 years (now we will finally have decent programs again on TV :) ).

And enjoy Christmas 2012 as a family, a group of friends or as a group of strangers just wishing each other Happy Christmas on the street. Enjoy love and time together. But most of all… be happy because life is much too short to be anything but happy.

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