The Lunatics of London & The greatest thing
Seb: We actually sent this out as a Christmas card this year.
We were kind of fed up with those happy-all-smiles Christmas cards that some families send out.
We like to keep it real, yo. We’re a true, tight-knit family, full of love and affection for each other.
(Thought I’d show you my pointy teeth that I’ve alluded to a few times, too… I told you they were scary.)
I’ll spend this week ‘reviewing’ the year of 2009, on my personal blog — and next week, week 19, will chime in 2010! Fireworks are called for…
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Abi: One thing I have learnt about Seb is that he hates lack of context. He demands context to what I say like a big, hairy demandy thing and gets rather upset if it is not supplied. If I am honest, half the time I simply am not capable of finding words to describe everything that is going on with me.
But I am learning, It’s not like one day I am going to turn around and announce “Seb, I bestow you the gift of CONTEXT” because you can’t change the way you are just like that.
I love being able to start again.
I love that we had snow this year.
I love my friends.
I love 2010 already, and I’m not even there yet.
I hope you had a good Christmas.
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