Thanks for reading my blog posts. I wish you well this year. I hope to make these blog posts more interesting in 2017. I can’t guarantee the fluidity of grammar you may find in finer writers. But I hope that in the apparatus you’ll find me and my world. There is a subscribe button and there is also an unsubscribe button. You’ll have heard a lot about The Christmas Dinners. The only video from The Christmas Dinners came from Oxford. A young film maker called Adam Hale shot the video on Christmas Day then edited and uploaded it in the following two days as per the How Too Guide. Spearheaded by George Mendelssohn and Dan Harris The Oxford organizing team first met in October. The team galvanized the people of Oxford to make a memorable event.
There are many unique aspects to The Christmas Dinners most importantly and above all is this: It is held on what can be the loneliest day of the year for the care leaver: Christmas Day. Off camera one young adult guest was overwhelmed. She said “Is this a trick?”. Another young adult asked “Am I dreaming?”. For those young people who have suffered nightmares I hadn’t dared think The Christams Dinner organizers could make dreams. But they can. I set up The Christmas Dinners with the primary aim of high standards low beaurocracy. Community action.
One of the greatest ways our community can help the “care system” is to separate the two words and understand which word of the two is most important to the person who needs it. I write this blog from Ethiopia where many people know all about The Christmas Dinners in England. I met an Ethiopian student in Addis Ababa who had received an email from his college in Oxford about The Christmas Dinner!.