Chronicles of a Steam Powered Storyteller Part VII

Posted: 15 December, 2016 in Journal, Life

After a really stressful year full of ups and downs the end is turning out to be a far happier one with a surprise Christmas present from my parents which made our home life a lot more easier and comfortable for all of us here. This will means Christmas will be far less stressful this year which is further helped by work being far less stressful itself for me even if it is the usual busy time of year.

Work is less stressful this year as my role over Christmas is easier one than in previous years but no less important in the greater scheme of things at work. Plus any little spats at work seam more confined with those who really insist on making their own lives and everyone else’s lives more difficult but as always they will pay the price in the end.

Though there is one dark cloud on the horizon a potential battle with an utility company once again as we suspect they have gone and cocked up the bills some three years ago when we moved homes. But mystery is why it has taken them 3 years to do something about it which frankly is far too late to fix it now in my opinion. But as always the large majority of the major utility companies here in United Kingdom are criminally concomitant especially where bills are concerned and rarely learn from their mistakes.

On the side because our home life has go easier I have started to write again both my journal and role-playing something I need to do as in the new year I have the prospect of running both a Vampire: The Masquerade and Werewolf: The Wild West Chronicle for a local Role-Playing group which is very scary at the moment as ideas are not flowing out of me. But they will be certainly be a challenge which I will gab by the horns and enjoy doing.

So as the year draws to a close it is going to be a mixed bag at the end much as the start of the year but that seams to be the way of things in the modern world of ours.

Please Note: If you are interested in a more personal scrapbook of mine just follow the link to Patterns in the Static!.

Please Note: If you are interested in my home page just follow the link to Experiment No. 3.


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