During the Festive holidays I decorated the house on the outside to bring Good Cheer to our Neighbours who walked or drove past. This morning when I cleared out my post box I found the following letter.
Your efforts with Christmas decorations have brought amusement and smiles to a long-suffering family member of mine.
On that note, I say a big thank you for the priceless moment.
I am sure your decorations have brought merry and joy to the neighbourhood and a relief to a tough year.
PS: My family member does not know that I am writing to you.
Feel free to put this in your social media post. I would know if you put this in the Neighbourly website...
I typed this message otherwise my family would recognise my handwriting!
Maybe there will be something to look forward to same time next year!
A Passing Neighbour."
I would like to say to the Dear person who wrote this message Thank you, you made my day and YES, I am, already preparing for next year and call it CHRISTMAS WONDERLAND.
I Wish all our Neighbours a HAPPY NEW YEAR may it be one that all your dreams will be met.
Good morning! For repair Jewelry box, small, but a lot of work
Have A nice day everyone
Hi Neighbours, Like many, Sir Ian Taylor learned only at the age of 68 about the Polynesian migrations across the Pacific Ocean. He hopes a new education website will inspire especially maori and pasifika kids they have innovation in their DNA. Did you know the stories? Read below:
Hi all! My son has been working on an app with his team at a startup and I thought I'd share a bit about it briefly!
It's an app available for android and iphone and it allows you to get discounts and sweet deals at over 100 restaurants and cafes in Auckland!
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