OT On the Johnny Carson show (reruns) he reads letters to Santa from
kids, some of who give long lists of toys they want, 20 or more.
Did these kids expect to get all 20, or was this just a list that Santa
could choose from?
How long was your list to Santa?
On Monday, December 24, 2018 at 1:53:47 AM UTC-5, micky wrote:
Not as long as it used to be. I pretty much have all the stuff I want.
But my husband loves Christmas and buying presents for me, so I indicated
a half dozen or so things that were inexpensive but a little more than
I'd be inclined to spend on myself.
There are about 16 presents under the tree. I know that some of mine to
him were like $5-$20.
On 12/24/2018 7:05 AM, email@example.com wrote:
Our Christmas tree is in a Pod somewhere between CT and FL. Won't be at
the new house until Friday. Best we could do this year is a wreath on
the front door.
No gifts but I did tell my wife I bought the house just for her. Lots
of stuff being bought though, Amazon will give me a gold star this month
for all the orders.
In alt.home.repair, on Mon, 24 Dec 2018 12:08:54 -0800 (PST), Thomas
Not me. This could be a once in 300 years opportunity.
I'm glad I don't use my real name here or my posts would get me kicked
out of the jury pool.
I'd settle for a single 5 dollar Lotto ticket, specifically, the
certain one that was sold in Guelph Ontario for the Dec. 21 draw ..
I wonder if it's sitting in someone's card or stocking still ?
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