Mary Medlicott, Storyteller and Author - Storyworks

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Going to see Father Christmas

Saturday, December 12th, 2020

It’s Anniversary time. Believe it or not – and I find it amazing – this is my 500th blog. Sometimes it’s a bit of a headache deciding what to put into it. But I’m always glad when I’ve done it. To celebrate, I want to say two huge thank-yous.  One is to you reading it now. The other is to Paul, my amazingly kind and patient husband who deals with all technical issues and cheers me up if I get a bit stuck.

Appropriately enough in this Anniversary week, I’ve been given a lesson in not taking things for granted. Lockdown? Lazy? While I’ve been doing my blog each week, I’ve not actually taken a look at my main website for a while now. I’ve just taken it for granted and week by week carried on writing my blog which, of course, is associated with the website but can be read quite independently.

Then the other day I got an email from a patient person who’d been trying to locate my Christmas action chant for children, Going to See Father Christmas. This is basically a Christmas version of the well-known Going on a Bear Hunt which claims to be on my main website – but it isn’t! (more…)