Add my thoughts it says. That would involve thinking, so I’ll skip that part.
This grand experiment of mine has offered little to its readership of late. What to do about it?
‘Well Lockwood, you could summon up some wit and wisdom, maybe some humour and heart, and write an interesting, informative, irresistible post.’
Thankyou Conscience, I’ll have your opinion when I…….err…….ask for it. Damn, tripped myself up there.
Or I could just re-hash some old shit that had a Christmas theme. Here then is Madame Charlatan, visiting her soon to snuff it Mother and taking something
disgustingdelicious to eat.
Talking of delicious. About 47 years ago, I enthusiastically agreed to partake of Claudette at Ceenoa’s idea of using WordPress’s daily search suggestions as a prompt for a post. The enthusiasm was genuine, however time has played tricks with me and here we are just a couple of weeks from the end of the year and I’ve not written a sausage for ‘SOD IT’ (Suggestion Of the Day). But I keep my promises and bookmarked today to make a start. WordPress has kindly offered Delicious, Beach and Astrology. Not as wild and random as some suggestions have been, so maybe I should be thankful for that. So whilst I sit here and wait for a creative spark to electrocute my behind, I will leave you with the aforementioned Charlatan Christmas…….
Madame Charlatan. Telling Misfortunes under a fog of musk and a cloud of fag-ash…….
I’ll be visiting Old Mother Charlatan later this week. As you may recall, she’s now in a care home and I go along every year to join in their festive frolics and spread some Christmas cheer. The staff at the home are very good. They decorate the main lounge and encourage everyone to get involved with a game of charades. There’s always a sing-song and someone always gets overexcited and wets themselves. Crackers are no longer allowed after an incident in 2008 when one elderly lady died from the shock of the bang. Very sad day. And the sherry is now rationed since 7 residents were found getting frisky in the disabled toilet. They may never have been discovered if one hadn’t accidentally pulled the emergency alarm cord whilst trying to adjust her footing on a…
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