I have an Uncle DEREK tooDigressing AGAIN but Auntie Anne was a right dirty cow who had it off with the man up the road and the builder as well as someone she worked with at Tesco while Uncle Derek’s back was turned so she would get a had she not become a sodding Witness
Apparently she had to confess ALL THESE SINS at the Kingdom Hall when she first signed up
For Thanksgiving, I will be ranking and rating my entire family (on a scale of most thankful to least thankful) and then letting them all know how they score and how they can improve
I don't know either of my grandmothers names
They did both die a decade before I was born.
I'm shocked did you get fined?Sadly yes, we had only stopped so the kids could wish them happy Diwali
Having spoken to a few others around here it seems to have happened to quite a few people.
I'm shocked did you get fined?
Oddly people on the island have been visiting friends and family, no one has really been reported or fined, and we've somehow remained in the lowest tier.
No, we had gone well before they arrived, infact the police were kinda on my parents side when they explained we were there just for 10 mins and had stood in the porch/doorstep. But still annoying that someone did that knowing full well that it was their grandchildren who had popped round. Total jobsworth as we are actually allowed casual childcare, especially as I'm classed as an NHS keyworker.
I don't think that's anything new. Everyone knows the risks and always did when the relaxing was first announced.The wording on that is damning
"about to BLUNDER into ANOTHER major error" - you can feel the frustration.
I would assume they have taken that into account, and that the mental health impact of having Christmas cancelled is less than the impact of killing your nan.I don't think that's anything new. Everyone knows the risks and always did when the relaxing was first announced.
I would argue that peoples' mental health around Christmas is equally important to consider - but I totally get the medical boards' position and frustration.