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    #31
    Five days!!!!!!

    Hope it's not compulsory - most will want rid of their 'guests' after two days (some right after the meal!).

    LMM


    Lawnmowerman

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      #32
      Our son called today to talk about Christmas. His son in university and daughter in school will do the last two weeks before Christmas online, classes for school and exams for university. He runs his own business and is having everyone work from home for those two weeks. Daughter in law has a small online business, so they think we will be good to have Christmas together. We appreciate that they will go to such lengths. We missed our usual Thanksgiving together so will enjoy Christmas all the more.

      Sheila

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        #33
        Hi all
        Diwali..the Hindu festival of light was cancelled last w/e due to lockdown restrictions.
        Why should the Christian festival be any different.....Covid doesn’t differentiate who it kills.
        JC
        C P Scott,,,,,"Comment is Free,,but Facts are Sacred"
        "You are entitled to your opinion. But you are not entitled to your own facts.

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          #34
          Originally posted by jc, liverpool View Post
          Hi all
          Diwali..the Hindu festival of light was cancelled last w/e due to lockdown restrictions.
          Why should the Christian festival be any different.....Covid doesn’t differentiate who it kills.
          JC
          HI JC

          Many have made the same observation.

          Interestingly, my London based sister said yesterday that many of her neighbours have cancelled/delayed Christmas this year and a Radio Scotland phone in on the topic, the majority were opposed to a relaxation of the guidelines.

          It will all depend upon personal circumstances but people will do what they want - nothing new.

          Annie

          PS Apparently the Scottish and Welsh governments have not agreed to the UK-wide proposal.... yet.
          Last edited by annie, Glasgow; Today, 11:17 AM.

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            #35
            Ramadam was during Lockdown 1

            Hanukkah is also stuffed as it starts on the 11th Dec this year.

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              #36
              Originally posted by Topdeck, London View Post
              Ramadam was during Lockdown 1

              Hanukkah is also stuffed as it starts on the 11th Dec this year.
              Hi TD
              So was the Muslim feast of Eid in the middle of May.

              JC
              C P Scott,,,,,"Comment is Free,,but Facts are Sacred"
              "You are entitled to your opinion. But you are not entitled to your own facts.

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                #37
                The other issue is if we come out of lockdown for Xmas do we have to come out for Easter.

                Doing the rounds again.

                After Donald Trump was on a tour of Jerusalem he suffered a heart attack and died.

                The undertaker told the American diplomats who were accompanying him, 'You can have him shipped home for $50,000, or you can bury him here in the Holy Land, for just $100.'

                The American diplomats went into a corner and discussed this for a several minutes.

                They came back to the undertaker and told him they wanted the president shipped home.

                The undertaker was puzzled and asked, 'Why would you spend $50,000 to ship him home, when it would be wonderful to be buried here, in the Holy Land, and you would spend only $100?'

                The American diplomats replied, 'A long time ago a man died here, was buried here, and three days later he rose from the dead. We just can't take that risk.'

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