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Lighting Up The January Darkness

by Jacky Gray
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 11/01/2018

“I’m gonna take down the decorations in the dining room and hall.'

Here we go. The annual argument about on or before twelfth night. “Can’t it wait…'

“You can do the living room ones tomorrow on the 6th.'

Say what?

“You can leave the lights, as long as they’re not Christmassy.'

Aliens had replaced her husband.

The thought for the day mentioned that greenery could be left up until Lammas – or as some knew it, Imbolc. The world was embracing the Pagan tradition. She could keep her lights until February 1st without having her sanity challenged.

Thank the Gods.

Jacky Gray Merits

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