Saturday, December 24, 2011

I love Christmas Eve better than Christmas Day, when it's night and all the lights are on (I hear Santa has left the North Pole) and life is cosy.

One condition I don't want to have is dissociative fugue because I'm very thankful for my life as it is now.  But one can dream, as long as it's for the better.... Dissociative fugue is a rare condition in which a person suddenly, without planning or warning, travels far from home or work and leaves behind a past life.

This piece is available in my Etsy shop.

Simplicity is the removal of the useless and the unnecessary--source unknown


  1. actually, dissociative fugue sounds good to me...i just didn't know that condition had a name! blest be :)

  2. merry christmas colette. i haven't visited in a while, but i haven't forgotten your blog!! i adore it!!! happy holidays!

  3. Dear Blogspot,
    For some unknown reason a dear friend is unable to comment here even though I have no restrictions. I'm not going to let you get away with it. So...

    "merry Christmas, girly.
    i went to your blog earlier and commented twice
    once under name and once under anonymous.
    hope one stuck.

    xox to you, colette.


  4. Dear Friend

    Thank you so much for the sweet Christmas Cards! You made my day yesterday! I always love mail from you! I hope you had a wonderful day and I look forward to maybe seeing you soon in Oklahoma in 2012!


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