Sisters and Acolytes
Winter is nigh! In the cold and dark of this Sunday morning, we mere mortals will attempt to tamper with the fabric of time and space itself in an attempt to gain an extra hour to perve our Lord *praise be his name and teninch* in the land of Nod. The time vortex that will be created around the world as we steal an extra hour of sleep will call the Lord forth in his Blue Box to the Sisters' 40" altar by Thursday this week. Once there, he will be called upon to assist his erstwhile companion Sarah Jane escape the clutches of the evil-doer Nigel Havers.
How many of us have dreamt of the day that we walk down the aisle clad in a gown of the purest white only to be whisked away at the very last moment by the Lord wearing a long "Hero" coat and Converses? What a wonderful premise for a piece of creative writing (hint hint Sister S). How pleased am I that Auntie Beeb has chosen this week of the blessed half term to broadcast the Lord in all his glory on the child-friendly spin-off from the Lord of Time's own show?
However, all is not well with the BBC. The Sisters were disappointed this week to hear that Children in Need will be the showcase for a trailer for the Lord's Christmas message to the nation. We were hoping for a live audience with the Lord *praise be his name and teninch* at the very least. The Sisters have been praying for some Davina-like shenanigans such as those delivered for Comic Relief earlier this year. Sadly, it seems this is not to be and we still need to wait a wee bit longer for the extra WOM Special for which the Beeb seems to have trouble finding a transmission slot.
So until SJA this week I will keep busy listening the Lord narrate Troubled Young Minds via the wondrous Iplayer and look out for tweets that confirm his return to this Blessed Isle from LALAland.
Tennant Sisters x