Monday, December 24, 2012

Deck The Halls

The team is going off duty today, each to spend Christmas in our own way, with family, or friends, at home or away. As we clock off, let's spare a thought for all those people who will be kept away from their families by jobs that serve the public 365 days a year.

Let's not forget those who are paying the price of committing crime, who will spend Christmas behind high grey walls. With very few exceptions they too feel the human emotions of separation fom family and friends.

Thanks to the thousands who have visited the blog in its eighth year - the year in which some high-ups wanted us to disappear. We shall try to remain constructive and cheerful, however hard our patience is tried by clumsy legislation and flat-footed administrators.

I am proud to be a Justice of the Peace, and I hope that 2013 will be a year in which we see justice and peace prevail.

Merry Christmas


  1. Here's to next year. If one interpretation of the Mayan calendar where next year is the start of a new positive era, we will be fortunate indeed.

    As far as justice and peace goes, the MOJ and human greed will thwart any moves there.

  2. Merry Christmas and thanks for all the hard work you put into this blog!

    1. I am glad you are proud to be a Justice of the Peace, deservedly so, and it is a privilege to read your blog.

  3. Merry Christmas. And a small word for the victims of those who commit crime over the festive period - and had no choice in that behaviour.

  4. And best wishes to all fellow readers and contributors, whatever your views on life, justice and world peace!


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