It's only little but it's mighty powerful
The view from in front of the stove. Junk (working materials) that needs to be cleared out then all that's left is to paint the walls and get a floor covering.
I said I would give my opinion of this book when I finished it. I have to say I found it very confusing. There were times when I agreed wholeheartedly with the views and sentiments and times when I couldn't have disagreed more. Some sentences were so sweeping and final and WRONG that they didn't seem to fit with the rest of the book. I nearly gave up after a couple of chapters but ploughed on and the annoying bits became less frequent. I agree with the general sentiments of the book but Tom Hodgkinson's attitude was irritating and if he was trying to be 'tougue-in-cheek' at times it didn't come across very well. It's all very well trying to live a life free from 'the system' but sometimes his methods didn't show respect for other people and being 'free' doesn't mean being rude or breaking the law.
One Carol Service down, 3 more to go, plus 2 other services and one concert before Christmas, so plenty of singing still look forward to. Also, one and half more gifts to stitch and more gifts to cook/bake, decorations to put up and friends to meet up with. How long have I got?
Bye for now