I hope think link on Blue Christmas gets through...
I am Anglican and as you know I have some issues and this is the first year we will be doing this service. The post from our event read...
Christmas: Thursday 19 December, 7:00pm. A service for all those who find
Christmas a tough time; those who are sad, lonely, isolated or sick. The
Christmas story is not just about joy and family. It speaks to the
whole of our lives and our times of loneliness and lament
as much as our times of abundant celebration. Come and gather for a
Blue Christmas: a gentle service of quiet reflection."
As Grandy indicated not a lot of people know about it, though it helps when there are the people who are aware of and have some experience of their own (even if a relative or friend). I am not suggesting anyone here should look for one nearby their home. For myself, it is a chance to be myself.
The KFC is something that I might have one a month if that - the last time was last week because I had to go to go the chemist to get a script filled and didn't make any lunch that day either. And thank you for the compliment.
Breakfast idea for you... fried egg on toast, and covered with baked beans. Make sure you put the salt and pepper on egg before putting the baked beans on top - it acts as a sort of sauce for the egg! Yummy!