And merry Christmas also from me. We celebrate on the evening of the 24th in Germany, so it's all behind me - church visit, unwrapping presents, tidying up heaps of trash wrapping, building the children's magnetic writing board ("Some assembly required. Batteries not included" - Calvin & Hobbes, "The Beanie" story) and Christmas dinner. It didn't go as well as it should have but better than it has been some Christmases so let's not complain. :roll:
I hope that everyone else does (or has done) a little better and that the rest of the year and all of next works well for all of you.
Merry Christmas forum mates.We are also done with the family gathering and presents barter, I love these days, puts together 3-4 generations.
A watch under the tree is the last thing I wish, I am afraid somebody will be allured!!! by kind of Michael Kors or skeleton Russian Divers Swiss movement moon watch tourbillionish Invicta thing and buying me that I better do that part by myself
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