Author Topic: Christmas debt.  (Read 479 times)

Alfred

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Re: Christmas debt.
« Reply #30 on: Nov 04, 2019, 08:09:56 PM »
well for years now all my family give to each other is money , other wise its more of the same where as after Christmas we can spend the money on what ever we require, or want,.

although I send some Christmas cards, I also send e,cards as well, and when the post man calls I give him a card with  a fiver in it, (to have a drink on us,) whether or not he does its up to him but he appreciates the gesture,.

Michael Rolls

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Re: Christmas debt.
« Reply #31 on: Nov 05, 2019, 05:45:44 AM »
When we lived in Haslemere we had two regular posties, a miserable bloke who wouldn't even sat 'good morning' if you saw him, and a charming young woman, name of Sharon. At the time we inherited Veronica's mum's dog, Lucy, an elderly golden retriever who always went to the door when it was a 'Sharon day' but totally ignored old misery guts! Funny - I've only just remembered that!
Mike
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