Wherever you are and whatever you think about Christmas, I hope that you’ve had a good year and that you get to feel a sense of peace and joy tonight and tomorrow. Of course, better yet would be feeling like that all year round. But not only does that sound somewhat unlikely but it would also make for a fairly dull and tedious set of blog entries if I were to send good wishes your way every single day. (And to those of you piping up that this already is a dull and tedious set of blog entries, shh! Tis the season of goodwill after all!)
It’s hard to believe that four years have passed since I first wrote this on Inside the Travel Lab… but the words have lost none of their meaning (with a slight adjustment for dates.) So, in the spirit of Christmas traditions, I’m going to use them again!
This year, however, as of an hour or so ago, I’m home. And I’d like to take this opportunity to wish everyone who reads Inside the Travel Lab a very Merry Christmas. It’s been an eventful year, with some amazing highs and heart-breaking lows, but I’d like to say thank you for stopping by and contributing to the good times.
THANK YOU – AND A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS
You’re not at home because you’re working?
An even bigger thank you. Here’s to the doctors, nurses, police force and radiographers, the blood transfusion service, car rescue service, airport staff, radio staff, electricity and water boards and the many, many more I’ve missed out here.
And if your Christmas isn’t feeling very merry?
Don’t despair, you’re not alone. You are never alone. Connect online, or to speak to a human voice, contact the Samaritans. Find a local branch here.
Thank you again – and to all a good night.