GreebosWhiskers · 02/08/2007 10:30
Don't know where you live NAB23 but I vaguely remember hearing on the radio yesterday that us Scots were advised not to post anything for 24 hours as there was an impromptu strike announced for Glasgow & Edinburgh sorting offices - maybe the strike has snowballed?
Your poor DD - tell her happy birthday from the GW household.
WendyWeber · 03/08/2007 14:05
Don't give up hope yet, NAB - the post is very unreliable at the moment, and stuff is going missing too (twinset started a thread about it a few days ago, I'll link to it in a minute).
In fact given that, why not ring and ask? Say you're worried that something they sent may have gone astray with the disruption.
motherinferior · 03/08/2007 14:31
Mr Inferior - who is 42 today - has received precisely one card, a week ago, from his Organised Aunty Yvonne. Admittedly I have no idea if his brothers have sent him cards, but the box of handmade chocolates from the Inferiorettes - which left its makers on Wednesday - hasn't arrived.
DaisyMOO · 03/08/2007 18:04
If it makes you feel any better NAB3, most of my husband's family don't send birthday cards and those that do tend to send them several days late and without a stamp so that I have to go and pay for the privelege of picking up a late birthday card
I hope your dd had a lovely day anyway.
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