Merry Christmas everyone, worldwide, friends,relations,customers-we send our greetings on the mild December day a little damp but dark now. Outside the tree twinkles and the candle holder flickers beside the front door. Last night we were back late after the midnight service there were a few there who already had a bit of Christmas spirit in them but all went fine but the pain from my back touched unbearable levels, I was in tears of pain sometimes but just about kept it together. Then when we got home about 1.30am Mandy decided that I'd never get to sleep without a pill so had that sand a couple of Tramadol and a Naproxin and thankfully I remembered to set the alarm which was a good thing as I slept straight through and only woke at the 9 am alarm call. I was at the 8am service but went casual, very few there a different story at the 11am service. I was now still drugged up from last night, topped it up well and I've felt no pain at all although to say that I'm floating and a little out of it would be understatement. I've tries doing editing and filing photos but the letters drift around and my eyes roll. The main service today saw the church almost full, the lights on the trees are still working it looked the business. We locked the building up afterwards. I had a dose when I got home, I'll sleep well without pills tonight, I wish this key board didn't bounce around and my fingers weren't in threes, I suppose I'd better get my head straight enough to eat dinner it will be ready soon, Mandy is having a G&T I'm on Pastis ( from Cornwall!).I've put some Cuba 2011 clips on our Youtube channel, here are some images to go with them
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