Al and Dilly spent three hours making up vegetable orders tonight, arriving home after 11.30. The Sage babysat. I wrapped presents. This is remarkable - I don't think I've ever wrapped presents this early before. Still, at least we haven't got a Christmas tree up yet, so there isn't too keen an air of preparedness.
I haven't bought the Sage a present yet either. Pfft. Still two shopping days left. Well, three I suppose, but I won't have time on Sunday.
Al and I will go into the shop at 6 tomorrow morning to set things up. All his assistants will be arriving at 8.30 - with five of them, there will hardly be room for customers.
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Perhaps you could find some amusingly-shaped vegetables for the Sage.
We could spend the day thinking up amusing names for them, too. What fun we'd all have!
Hang on! Didn't you buy it months ago?
Do you mean the teabowl? That was three years ago, but I only told you about it a few months ago. Since then, we have been extremely lucky on eBay, but that was a joint decision to buy, not a present.
Can this be right? I'm sure you had a present for him.
I don't have anything I need to buy, but I still want to go shopping. I love the feel of last minute shopping and love to pretend I am part of it.
My husband isn't very forthcoming about his desires. So, usually he gets things I've found for him and just saved to give him at Christmas; a couple of shirts, a tie, slippers. It is always exciting for me when I am able to pick up on something he would really like.
Good luck finding something for the Sage.
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