The Most Important Thing

Over the last few weeks I’ve been starting to arrange my plans for Christmas time. I know you may say that it’s a little early to be doing that, but as soon as it starts to get a little bit colder after summer, I get very excited about the idea that the most wonderful time of the year is just around the corner.
    But, anyway, essentially my plans will involve me having three (possibly four) other ‘Christmas’ days with friends, before the main actual Christmas day. One will be at a delightful restaurant named The Hungry Horse not too far away from my home, and will be had with all of my closest friends from Corsham (who I otherwise don’t get to see too often), one will be at the Nando’s in Bath (a place I have been to for many special occasions) and will be had with all the friends I made at Bath Spa University (and a couple of assorted others who don’t fit into either category) and finally I should hopefully get a chance to see my friends David Tubb and Naomi Brennan too. That’s pretty much every person who has had a significant impact on my life.
    So, I was just getting to bed the other day, when I started to think about how nice it would be if all of that went smoothly. If everyone actually turned out to be available for these events, and I had three days were I saw all of the people I wanted to just before the incredible Christmas Eve/Christmas Day/Boxing Day trilogy. That would probably be the best week of my life. I shouldn’t get my hopes up, of course, because doubtlessly at least one person will end up not making it and it won’t go perfectly, so I shouldn’t build it up so that I will be disappointed, but it will almost certainly still be very nice even if I end up only seeing a few people. It’s a nice reminder though, that the people you know are the most important things you can have in your life. I just couldn’t get to sleep with the excitement of thinking of it all.

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