Merry Christmas! We All Made It!

If that sounded sarcastic, it wasn’t. I am truly happy that everyone came out from this holiday safe and sound. Working from the standpoint of an employee running in a food market, I can honestly say I was a little close towards sacrificing a kid to Krampus. But I didn’t, aren’t ya proud?

But after all of the time spent with the fam, liking it or not, it’s nice to be on the other side and gleefully say, its now 365 days away. I know I sound a bit anti-christmas

I know…

I know.

I am. But this year we got to see Sanulhu (Santa Cthulhu) at my D&D place so it was worth it. He even gave us sugar cookies! They are adorable!

So in the end it was totally worth it, getting a woman thrown out with her chocolate lab. And telling a kid to shut it with the screaming because their parents like to use the method “If I ignore them, they’ll stop eventually”. And getting eggnog-filled drivers on the road to my job every night. Yep.

I need a few more chocolate chip cookies. Merry Christmas! Stories are going to be delayed so I can also bang pots and scream for New Years Eve. Staying up is now longer a fun thing for me, just a thing I naturally do now.

See you in the new year!

Cookie Eating GIF by SpongeBob SquarePants


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Not sure how many people had seen my break post but to quick restate, the blog Stow-away Book is under remodeling until the new year or mid-December. 

All post have been removed, tags scrapped and categories re-arranged. The main reason I re-did my blog was that it was so unorganized and not what I originally planned. It was made to hold all my stories and the title was a play on words, A book ‘stowed away’ to read and enjoy whenever I wanted. It was also suppose to encourage constant writing, almost like Nanowrimo but for everyday. Even if it’s not posted everyday, it was suppose to help. It didn’t and I’m changing that. 

It is not how you start the race or where you are during the race, it is how you cross the finish line that will matter

Robert D. Hales

I think I found my New Year’s Resolution.  Oh my god. This is huge.