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    Greetings

    Hey everyone,
    Just wanted to wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, or whatever flavor you do for the holidays.

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    Re: Greetings

    Hi Diane,
    Merry Christmas to you and yours. Not seasonal weather here, but at least we don't need to shovel anything~
    Sandy

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    Re: Greetings

    And the same to you Diane. I've had my feral grandchildren here .....lol. Getting old, can't handle 3 of them at the same time :-) One at a time would be just nice. Went with son & the 3 of them to my big grandson's place on Xmas Day (same father). So very proud of my big grandson buying his own home at only 22 along with giving me a great grandson who is 16 months now. He works very hard just like his Grandma did. My favourite person in the world :-)

    Elda

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    Re: Greetings

    Hullo and greetings to everyone.

    Wife and I spent 5 days over Christmas at Bicheno [East coast of Tasmania] , stayed at son-in-laws parents "other home" , [over 3 floors and 100 metres from the beach]

    A great time was had by all, [I can join in with Elda's sentiments regarding children] , 4 grandchildren---------- Elliott aproaching 10
    Spencer " 8
    Ingrid 2 1/2

    & baby Hamish , 10 months.

    So at times there was quite a bit of interaction between the older boys........ , but all things considered it was a wonderful time together, we celebrated Xmas dinner on Xmas Eve as one of the German au-pairs was flying out to meet her mother and brother late on Xmas Day.

    The only slight "downside" was missing a turnoff on our return home [inattention by navigator [wife] looking at photographs on camera], saw lots of new scenery, added about 100 kilometers to our return trip...............an enjoyable break.........

    But........................"There is no place like home"



    Gordon.

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    Re: Greetings

    Glad you enjoyed your Christmas break Gordon... hope the New Year will be a good one for you and your family.

    Alastair

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