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The Cost of Christmas .

Started by: the_bookie
On: 11/12/2018 | 15:31
Replies: 3

by: the_bookie
on: 11/12/2018 | 15:31

Good afternoon .


As we all know Christmas 

is a time of celebration & 

giving for loads of people 

though it can be costly .


Do you folks budget & be 

wise with spending .


Think its great seeing the 

kids happy and nice gifts 

given to loved ones .


I still have a drawer full of 

underwear and socks that 

are unopened and wonder 

if we overspend at times 

when we need money for 

our everyday living .

Message 1 of 4
by: frenchielove
on: 11/12/2018 | 15:37

We have niw set a limit in ourfamily @the_bookie and I have told my children, honestly, I don’t mind a book from the charity shop, as long as we are all safe. This year has been dreadful for us so I really do not care about gifts 

Message 2 of 4
by: themzbiker
on: 11/12/2018 | 15:37

i think I'm lucky as i don't see any of my family so Christmas is very cheap for me as in no presents to buy only for myself

But Christmas isn't the same on your own but I've always enjoyed myself none the less with plenty to eat & drink

At least i don't get the dreaded white socks any more of family
Message 3 of 4
by: the_bookie
on: 18/12/2018 | 13:14

Thankyou very

much .





I found today I ran 

silly yesterday .


Had to get presents

for part of family as 

they are going away 

& met up at night .


Tried to get presents

that will no end up in 

back of cupboard lol .


Yes & boy Christmas

is not cheap is it .

Message 4 of 4