Saturday, 4 December 2010

Saturday Review

Well, been quite a week eh?

I know you've probably all had snow, but the stuff here has been happening to me. And anyway, doesn't it look pretty?



In spite of a white-out, freeze-up and all the other wickedness the weather has thrown at us, the post's been getting through. In fact, I even saw a postie wearing shorts. I'm not kidding - in the snow! I refrained from appraising the fellow of my opinion on the grounds that he must've been well 'ard, but I bet you can guess. I mean.... shorts! And short shorts. In the snow!

And that's not all. I got an email this weeks from the Post Office asking if they could give one of you ('lucky readers') I think they called you - so now you know) 50 quid! Here's what it said....

Win a £50 Post Office Gift Card

Bringing Up Charlie and Post Office® have teamed up to give you the chance to win a £50 Post Office gift card just in time for the January sales! Redeemable at over 17,000 outlets across the UK including Argos, Currys, Topman, the Post Office® gift card  is very flexible and will be your new best friend when hitting the shops in the new year. 

You don't have to spend it all at once,or all in one store, how you use the card is completely up to you. You can use it to shop at your favourite stores, have a great day out or enjoy a once-in a-lifetime experience.

You may be surprised to see just how many services the Post Office® offer, such as competitive savings accounts with their online saver being awarded Moneyfacts ‘Best Buy’ savings rate.

So now you know.


Anyway, to enter simply leave a comment below and I'll choose the winner by a process of random selection in a week's time. It really is that simple!

Finally, we're putting up the decorations this weekend. We've waited long enough. If I'd had my way the tree'd have gone up in October. Anyway, while we do so we'll be listening to this:


It's by Sophie Barker again, just like the nursery rhyme disc and it's rapidly becoming one of my favourite Christmas CDs (along with Maddy Prior, The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and Sir David Willcocks, so she's in good company).

Anyway, I've gone on long enough. It's time to deck them halls... Have a great weekend.
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