About gifts...

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About gifts...

Postby WhoGabe on December 10th, 2011, 12:51 am

I've been away for a while and have a lot to catch up on the forum, so forgive me if this question had already been asked and/or answered.

Being so near Christmas, I was debating with a friend about gifts. He said that he prefers to give friend what they wish the most (ie. a particular clothing item). I said that I prefer to give what I found interesting in the hope they like it too (ie. a book I loved).

What would you like to receive?

I wish you and your family a very joyful and meaningful Christmas.

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Re: About gifts...

Postby Tom Baker on December 21st, 2011, 1:53 pm

Dear Gabriella,

A book token might split the difference but don't debate it, that way lies insanity, follow your heart.

Caught in a traffic jam last night three fellows all mounted on camels trotted by, reeking of frankincense and myrrh and I distinctly heard the **** of gold pieces. I thought I was dreaming. And one fellow leaned down towards me,(my window was open), and in a strange accent he asked: " Are we alright for Bethlehem?" Quick as flash, I noticed it was getting dark, and I said: "Follow that star". And they galloped off singing as they went: "We three kings from Orient are....."

I mean, can you believe it, Gabriella? What a strange world!

Happy Christmas from Tom
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