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Friday, 23 December 2011

Angelic kiss

It sat quietly in its bubble wrap for a year after making its way down from the dusty loft in my old family home, now gone. I carefully remove the Sellotape and roll off its protective blanket as light suddenly hits the back and brings it to life once again.
I remember it twisting slowly on the branch as a child and being fascinated with the way it would twinkle in between the colourful fairly lights. I loved the way the two angels were kissing in front of the miniature tree – they always made me smile.
Lifting it onto my own tree for the first time, I am amazed at how easily it fits in with the rest of the decorations, whilst at the same time, standing out. A warm sense of comfort washes over me and an undeniable connection to my past resonates out into the room.
Nestled in between gold tinsel, it witnessed countless family Christmases and listened to the laughter that spilled out of us effortlessly. Every single member of my family has touched this decoration and gazed upon the kissing angels. And now it lives with me to continue a tradition of being surrounded by love and laughter.
The legacy of love within my family is vast and I vow to always hold onto this gift.
I wish you and your family a very merry Christmas and may it be filled with all the love and laughter in the world!

Exciting news! - I have just written my first piece for a great new online magazine called PoV which comes out in January. I know it is destined for great things and will keep you posted on its release.
You can check it out at


  1. Love this post and the warm feelings it brings. Congratulations on the PoV piece. Can't wait to read it. QWishing you a very merry Christmas!

  2. Thanks so much Mitch! Wishing you and yours a very merry Christmas. Here's to a productive and creative year ahead and I look forward to following the next chapter of your blog. :-)

  3. First, congrats on your online magazine writing!

    I think the memories of our life are the most precious things we have and we should hold on to them at all times. They're a cradle, we learn lessons from them, they help us earn awareness over our present life.
    Have you read Proust's "Remembrance of Things Past"?

  4. Thank you so much Jay! A good way to start the year. Hope you had a nice Christmas. I think that is so true about lessons of the past. I haven't read it yet unfortunately but I will definitely put it on the reading list. Hope you have a creative start to 2012!


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