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originally posted by: The2Billies
I just sent this email to family, thanks to you!
Can we have a no phones, except for emergencies rule for Christmas Eve when we are opening presents.
Perhaps, put them in a basket?
On Christmas day, can we have a no phones except to talk to family and wish them a Merry Christmas, and emergencies too?
We are all together so infrequently I think this would be something I'd really like to do and a tradition I'd like to start. What say you all to this new Christmas Tradition - the phone basket - phone free (except to wish a Merry Christmas to family not with us) - and emergencies of course - Christmas.
It might be nice to have a phone free time on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Its really hard to find flip-phones new now in Canada.
originally posted by: DictionaryOfExcuses
a reply to: carsforkids
Flip phone here too. I'll need a new one soon and I'm concerned we won't be able to purchase them much longer. I might just get a pager and an unlisted landline if that happens! Oops this was meant for the gentleman above.
CASUALTY FROM FLYING SAUCER
Arnaldo Capelli, of Sesto Sangiovanni, near Milan, is believed to be
the world's first fatal casualty of 'flying saucers'. He looked up when
a group of people pointed skywards— and a lorry ran over him.
originally posted by: carsforkids
a reply to: gallop
I wonder if the people that got that guy to look up set the whole thing
up? Shows ya how I think.
Good to hear I'm not alone in my endeavors. And like I said if
it makes for good conversation I won't even research it. So you
could be correct. At least it looks like there might be some
patina there. lol
Kids LOVE interactive time with their parents far more than anything on their devices.