I like ghosts as much as I like monsters, so A Christmas Carol is one of my favorite Christmas stories. My husband Steven and I have 14 versions of it, on DVD and VHS. I just now counted, and it is possible I missed a couple. It is also possible we will discover another version to add to the collection. Steven shared the above photo on Facebook today; alas, we do not own that comic book.
As you may have guessed, this is a Tired Tuesday post. I tried for a Running Commentary and a Mohawk Valley adventure, but I have the type it in, backspace it out disease. I confess, I almost gave up. Then I remembered this picture, and it seems to be helping. I am over 100 words and still typing.
I don’t think these are actually characters in the book, but don’t they look Dickensian? I was once writing a stage version of A Christmas Carol, and I had a group of carolers narrate the story. I wonder if I could get Ilion Little Theatre or LiFT to put it on, if I finished it. Well, probably if I started it again and finished it, because I rather doubt I could find what I started. It was in the 1990’s.
I used this picture in a recent post, but I thought it fit in with today’s theme. I see I am over 200 words, so I will call this a post. Ooh, I’m tired. I hope to see you all on Wednesday, when I will strive not to Wuss Out.