Boxing Day

Boxing Day

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Versifying solves many problems – at least it helps us get them off our over-indulged Christmas chests. Think I’d better pre-empt matters by showing my guests this as they arrive!. Hope you enjoy your day, Davy – despite the blood!

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Davy, this is fun coming from the little boy but would be a sad reflection if it is reality during a peacefully intended dinner.
Just read this in a small article. ” what is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow human being.” By rabbi Hillel.
I am invited for dinner to people who are positive and there is also live music. 😊 Lucky me…

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hahaha
thanks for the giggle before I hit the hay!

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HA! I snort-laughed, Davy! 😛
I don’t go near the “professionals” on such days as Boxing Day or Black Friday…I wanna’ die in a much cooler way than “pummeled to death by aggressive shoppers”. 😀 HA! 😀
HUGS!!! 🙂

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    Perish the thought Carolyn. It was always a tradition of mine to visit the bookshops on Boxing Day and buy books but it stopped being a pleasure a few years ago. The bookshops used to be the only places there was no pummeling 🙂

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Ha! You mean like our Thanksgiving Dinners – families are the same everywhere!

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