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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 23 Dec 2017, 04:56
Looks like 2 pages of silence...I guess they need a rest from time to time.
Chris: Over-work can be a terrible thing, especially at Christmas. I do not intend to flog myself half to death with toil in this festive season..
  • Martine
  • France
  • 23 Dec 2017, 05:29
Les pères Noël sont de sortie.
Chris: They are everywhere
Bath blowing its trumpet
Chris: All in a good cause, the Home for Distressed or Fallen Women..
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 23 Dec 2017, 07:11
I like the way that the media have given some days special names. Yesterday was Frantic Friday, apparently, which I marked by avoiding any shopping but instead taking t the lanes of the New Forest with some cycling chums. Today for what is either Super Saturday or Panic Saturday, I will again be ignoring all shopping again and will walking the muddy paths on the western edge of the South Downs National Park. I will do my Christmas shopping at about 3.30pm tomorrow afternoon and expect to have it completed by around 3.45pm.
Chris: You are a man after my own heart; my own preparations for Christmas sound suspiciously similar to yours..
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 23 Dec 2017, 07:27
The hats look a bit silly, here almost out of fashion again, but I assume that the music was really good. I wonder that Alan can do Christmas shopping tomorrow, here almost all the shops will be closed, and this is good so!
Chris: In the UK all shops will stay open until around 6pm on Christmas Eve, hordes of frantic people will perform a frenzy of last minute buying

We are mad..
The supermarkets are only open from 10-4 on Christmas Eve because it is a Sunday. no doubt this will incite fury amongst some. After all they won't be open again until Boxing Day....A WHOLE DAY!!!

Still people can spend Christmas day online spending their Amazon Vouchers
Chris: Good point. I had forgotten tomorrow is SUNDAY.
He's certainly has blown his top off
Chris: All in a good cause I'm sure Martin..
'Tis the season for such hats and crowds.
Chris: Yes it is Mary
Blowing the traditional soprano sax I see smile
Chris: I'm sure it makes a wonderful sound Tom
Pretty wild stuff, Chris.
Chris: It's the pitch of craziness Larry

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