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Re: merry christmas

Postby Tim Drayton » Sun Dec 25, 2016 12:10 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:Merry Christmas to one and all, and here to I hope the Cyprus Problem is resolved to the benefit of all Cypriots, what ever first language they may speak.

We will have a quite Christmas, partly for the reason that we have shipped the kids to UK, mainly because of the reason we shipped the kids to the UK, because of the death of my son, which last week took me to China to perform the last rites, a bitter-sweet trip, made bearable by the people I met, including the British Consul, the Staff of my son's employers, one in particular, Three Tibetan gentlemen, who spoke as much English as I speak any Tibetan or Chinese languages, but who shared an enjoyment of beer, the Chinese Police, the lady from the Entry and Exit Bureau, and also last but by no means least, by my son's girlfriend, a most charming lady, generous in spirit, who had things turned out differently I would have been most proud to have called daughter in law.

I thank everyone here who sent kind messages of sympathy. Until it happens to you, one does not realise how much even the simple gesture of kind words means.

Merry Christmas.


Please accept my commiserations.
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Re: merry christmas

Postby Paphitis » Sun Dec 25, 2016 3:24 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:Merry Christmas to one and all, and here to I hope the Cyprus Problem is resolved to the benefit of all Cypriots, what ever first language they may speak.

We will have a quite Christmas, partly for the reason that we have shipped the kids to UK, mainly because of the reason we shipped the kids to the UK, because of the death of my son, which last week took me to China to perform the last rites, a bitter-sweet trip, made bearable by the people I met, including the British Consul, the Staff of my son's employers, one in particular, Three Tibetan gentlemen, who spoke as much English as I speak any Tibetan or Chinese languages, but who shared an enjoyment of beer, the Chinese Police, the lady from the Entry and Exit Bureau, and also last but by no means least, by my son's girlfriend, a most charming lady, generous in spirit, who had things turned out differently I would have been most proud to have called daughter in law.

I thank everyone here who sent kind messages of sympathy. Until it happens to you, one does not realise how much even the simple gesture of kind words means.

Merry Christmas.


Take care brother. Look after each other and my thoughts are with you.
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Re: merry christmas

Postby kurupetos » Sun Dec 25, 2016 7:38 pm

Lordo wrote:may i take this opporotunity to wish all you boys and gerl a very merry christmas and hope that your father christmas delivers all your toys tonight.

may it also be the last christmas we are celebrating in a divided cyprus.

Merry Xmas, vromoshilla. :mrgreen:
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Re: merry christmas

Postby Pyrpolizer » Wed Dec 28, 2016 1:49 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:Merry Christmas to one and all, and here to I hope the Cyprus Problem is resolved to the benefit of all Cypriots, what ever first language they may speak.

We will have a quite Christmas, partly for the reason that we have shipped the kids to UK, mainly because of the reason we shipped the kids to the UK, because of the death of my son, which last week took me to China to perform the last rites, a bitter-sweet trip, made bearable by the people I met, including the British Consul, the Staff of my son's employers, one in particular, Three Tibetan gentlemen, who spoke as much English as I speak any Tibetan or Chinese languages, but who shared an enjoyment of beer, the Chinese Police, the lady from the Entry and Exit Bureau, and also last but by no means least, by my son's girlfriend, a most charming lady, generous in spirit, who had things turned out differently I would have been most proud to have called daughter in law.

I thank everyone here who sent kind messages of sympathy. Until it happens to you, one does not realise how much even the simple gesture of kind words means.

Merry Christmas.


My condolences STUD.
I understand it differs from Robin Hood's case. Please consider my advice, open your heart and talk about it with other people.
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