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By Carl Fimble
Just finished the last of my wrapping and had a wee Baileys, looked at the time and saw its now Christmas Day!
Merry Christmas dosboddians! Hope you all have a good day, whatever you're up to.
I gave (or will be giving in the morning) a Nintendo Switch, getting (well.. got already) a combi drill and an impact driver. Loads of other little bits and pieces that I'm looking forward to the recipients opening.
Going a bit Mumsnet with this one adding some seasonal light relief. The kids have quite cleverly cajoled us in to getting an elf on a shelf for the run up to Christmas. The idea is that the elf checks up on them when they are in bed and gets in to mischief while they sleep. When the children get up in the morning they have to discover what the elf has been up to.
Tomorrow is day one for the naughty elf antics to start. I blatantly stole this idea to begin with but will be being more creative for the rest of the month.
Any (appropriate) suggestions/ideas welcome.
I've been watching a few of these on Channel 5 USA this afternoon. Got to love the slightly over-the-top acting by some of the guest actors and a few of the flambouyant characters. A bit like the 'rebooted' Columbo episodes of the 1980s/90s. I was intrigued to see William Link's & Richard Levinson's names in the opening credits of one episode, who also produced Columbo.
I suppose that Murder: She Wrote is more like an Agatha Christie tale for the late 20th Century. I used to have to endure watching these episodes in the late 1980s on a Sunday afternoon. Even at that young age the stories used to go over my head. However 30 years on I can treat it more as light entertainment.
Funny how Jessica Fletcher (Disney's Angela Lansbury) is always not to far away from where the murder takes place. Hhhhmm. However I think they addressed this by having a story told without Jessica actually being in the screenplay.
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