An amusing letter from EE who are I think what was Orange our former internet provider, we moved to BT when we got fibre optic as they were so inept at answering any questions. We had to pay a wallop to disconnect but it was worth it we thought to be free from them pathetic attempts at service. Then today we got a letter with a surcharge as they couldn't get the monthly rental any more, could be that it was because they continued to take it after the contract was cancelled and paid off. Anyway I've returned the seasons greetings and added a surcharge to the amount over charged and threatened to take them to small claims if it isn't settled by the new year.
We are still dashing off Christmas cards especially to the received and not sent, it's a hard call to know when they should lapse.I was reminded today that a good friend has his 70th birthday just before Christmas despite attempts to relocate like the Queen to a more clement month, hard to think what to get the chap who has everything but I'll do my best, oh I know getting a card through the Christmas post may be enough of a test. We visited Mandy's cousin Trish and Derek at Sale near Manchester and broke our fasting day with mince pies and Christmas tree biscuits.
The presents under our real inside tree are starting to pile up I've even found where I'd hidden Mandy's card, couldn't face having to shop again. Tomorrow weather dependent, if sunny will do tucks at Middlewich if not copying cine film and gardening, the latter tasks by pm in any event. Evening time we'll try on clothes for the family wedding Saturday and pack. We are travelling along North Wales coast Saturday and will film is weather suitable. Catching up with PMP orders Sunday evening. What can I give you this evening, some snow perhaps, Budapest one February provided much of the stuff.