AN ANGEL IS NOT JUST FOR LIFE, IT’S FOR CHRISTMAS


AN ANGEL IS NOT JUST FOR LIFE, IT’S FOR CHRISTMAS my dear ladies and occasional gentleman, what an ideal present a book is.  This story has an emotional and sad start but as it moves into the present day the past is resolved. Celia, her friends and other villagers caper through this adventure with lots of laughs along the way until she finds an Angel.

Celia Finds An Angel

Celia Finds an Angel (UK)
Our local small market town is hosting a ‘GRINCHMAS’ in  the first week of December, with MAKERS and their wonderful GIFTS on offer in our PANNIER market, CAROLS and lighting the CHRISTMAS tree in the square.

Do you think it’s acceptable for a woman of MY AGE to dress up as a LADY TROLL from WHOVILLE?

I’m positive it’s FINE , to wear a PINK WIG, SKATER SKIRT & PINK TIGHTS.

I’ve sorted a costume for Ronald  but he is being difficult about his TIGHTS!

Yours Grinchmasy

Celia

CELIA FINDS AN ANGEL

CELIA FINDS AN ANGEL, my dear ladies and occasional gentleman this is another book about me, Ronald, my two hairy little dogs and our FUNNY QUIRKY life in our NORTH DEVON village. If you would like a good GIGGLE and a roam around NORTH DEVON, then you NEED this BOOK.

Ebook.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07G68SX6J
Paperback 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1718159374

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A BIG SHOUT OUT TO ALL MY LOVELY FOLLOWERS,  WHAT AN AMAZING BUNCH YOU ARE. HELLO TO YOU ALL AND THANK YOU FOR READING MY LITTLE STORIES. SORRY FOR THE FEW I MISSED BUT HERE MOST OF YOU ARE:

Algeria, Austria, Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Ireland,  Italy, Israel, Jamaica, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Qutar, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, U.K., USA.

Yours Globely

Celia.

CELIA FINDS AN ANGEL

CELIA FINDS AN ANGEL, my dear ladies and occasional gentleman this another book about me, Ronald, my two hairy little dogs and our FUNNY QUIRKY life in our NORTH DEVON village. If you would like a good GIGGLE and a roam around NORTH DEVON, then you NEED this BOOK.

Ebook.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07G68SX6J
Paperback 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1718159374

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A BIG SHOUT OUT TO ALL MY LOVELY FOLLOWERS,  WHAT AN AMAZING BUNCH YOU ARE. HELLO TO YOU ALL AND THANK YOU FOR READING MY LITTLE STORIES. SORRY FOR THE FEW I MISSED BUT HERE YOU ALL ARE:

Algeria, Austria, Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Ireland,  Italy, Israel, Jamaica, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Qutar, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, U.K., USA.

Yours Globely

Celia.

CELIA FINDS AN ANGEL

My dear ladies and occasional gentleman, my dear author friend has written another cracking book about me. Here’s the book and a few words from her. So proud.


SUPER SPECIAL SUNDAY

I’m so excited to share with you…….

CELIA FINDS AN ANGEL published today as an ebook on Amazon.
Paperback to follow shortly.
This story will whisk you away to caper like a spring lamb through a small Devon village. Strong female characters take the lead in this funny and at times moving tale.
I hope you enjoy reading this book as much as I loved writing it. The idea for the story started at a parish history exhibition at our local church, here in North Devon.
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I’m downloading it on my Kindle Fire as we speak.

Yours Excitedly

Celia

CORNUCOPIA OF CELTICNESS & A DILEMMA

My dear ladies and occasional gentleman as I hope you may be aware I have been absent. 


We were lucky enough to spend first a week in beautiful WELSH WALES, HIRSUTE ROLEY particularly enjoyed the beach. Despite the clouds it was lovely and warm.


We returned home for one night to the very lovely NORTH DEVON.


Then secondly a few days in gorgeous CORNWALL.


Beautiful flowers grown by my beautiful granddaughter.

A veritable CORNUCOPIA of CELTICNESS.

You would have thought that with all this relaxation and beautiful surroundings my HAIR would have decided to stay on my  HEAD.

But NO!

On returning home I stepped into the shower (ladies don’t jump).

After I had washed my hair I noticed that I was paddling in about an inch of water.

Investigating the PLUGHOLE I discovered what appeared to be a small knitted jumper BORROWER size.

I HATE CLEANING PLUGHOLES THEY ARE GROSS!


Walking into the sitting room this product was on the Telly.

DILEMMA.

TWO bottles of GIN or some decent wine.

AGAINST

TWO months supply of FURRY FOAM.

Yours ALOPECIA AURIATALY

CELIA

P.S. I am still shaving my legs

P.P.S. Some eyebrow and eyelashes down the PLUGHOLE.

P.P.P.S. THE BORROWERS. See Mary Norton.

P.P.P.P.S. North Devon Photo courtesy of my dear friend Karen Owen.

A HEN DO A’ DO NOT A COCK A’ DOODLE DO

A HEN DO A’ DO NOT A COCK A’ DOODLE DO.
Yes my dear ladies and occasional gentleman a first for me the modern ‘Hen Do’. I wasn’t sure what to expect but I was very pleased to be asked by the BRIDE TO BE a very charming young lady called Minoa.
We gathered in her mothers house a mix of LONG-LEGGED young ladies, beautifully dressed balancing on spindly heels and a few mature ladies in flip flops and sandals.
The bride was crowned with a TIARA and VEIL with the most unusual patterned lace TWO ROUND buildings either side of a TALL one and then was given a similar shaped sceptre in lurid pink to match.
Pinning on our hen badges we mounted the MINI BUS, much to the drivers consternation.The very organized M.O.T.B. asked a round of riddles, what larks. After my 3rd miniature bottle of something that tasted of FRUITY COUGH MIXTURE with VODKA. I realised that there was a penalty for not only getting the answer wrong but getting it right as well!
It was a bouncy ride between the various PUBLIC HOUSES,  drinking SEX ON THE BEACH dished out from a large THERMOS FLASK in the middle of the aisle.
A delightful young lady called Emilia a fellow gin drinker told me her breasts were kept in place with sticky tape to avoid unseemly BRASSIERE straps. (Handy tip)

We played some intimate and hilarious games with balloons, here is a picture of the bride.

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It was a fun packed 8 HOURS and I discovered that with the odd PIT STOP for sustenance I can consume a rather large amount of GIN and stay upright. Although I wouldn’t want to do it every week.

Dear Minoa assured me that even though her and her fiancé were living together they had SEPARATE bedrooms until after their marriage.

I’m not so sure that’s a good idea. After all, you wouldn’t buy a TOOL before checking out its suitability for the job!

Yours Hen Peckedily

Celia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RONALD HAS AN AIRING

My dear ladies and occasional gentleman my dear friend Gloria, myself and another dear friend decided to take our HUSBANDS out for a little AIRING. It does them good to get them out to socialise a little.

So off we went to the unique DUKE OF YORK in IDDESLEIGH, NORTH DEVON. Some of you I am sure are aware that this is where the author MICHAEL MORPURGO met the VETERANS who told him the story of how all the HORSES were taken for the FIRST WORLD WAR. He wrote about this in his wonderful book WAR HORSE.

My great-uncle rode one of these brave horses so the story is a very poignant one for me.

   
This is NOT my GREAT UNCLE, it’s Ronald. Enjoying a pint of SUB MARINER REAL ALE. I must admit, I wouldn’t mind a taste of a REAL SUBMARINER.

 We shall be returning soon with HIRSUTE ROLEY as DOGS are welcome and he has a particular interest as THE REVEREND JACK RUSSELL used to be the CURATE at the local church. He was the famous TERRIER MAN father of the much loved JACK RUSSELL TERRIER and Hirsute Roley is a JACK RUSSELL X PART YORKSHIRE TERRIER.

When I say the Reverend was the FATHER of the JACK RUSSELL, I didn’t mean literally. I would’nt dare cast nasturtiums. 

My dear ladies and occasional gentleman if you are visiting our beautiful part of Devon, do visit this pretty village and perhaps partake of a GIN & TONIC, a pint of REAL ALE or perhaps a MEAL.

Yours Marching Up to The Top of the Hillily

Celia