Oooh, this is GOOD; well said (and drawn) sir.
The only way this would be more feeble is if ‘it was only a dream’, which my tutors always said was gold medal lazy writing. I enjoy Luann, but really! Especially as it did look as though perhaps Luann had finally found some direction.
Authentication can be sent to an ordinary phone, you just need to be able to receive a text message.
Then repeat as all your adult children expect you to be a 24/7 free childcare provider.
At least it’s not a message to your phone, which you left behind with the camel.
Yes, it does reach the point where one has to say, ‘sorry, that’s it!’. I don’t buy for my godchildren’s kids, even though I am fond of them and do have a relationship with them.
Years ago my brother and his wife decided that they would only send a present to children under the age of 18. That was all very well and good…but we didn’t have children. And they did not enforce that rule with her family, where everyone got a present.
When my three goddaughters (they are sisters) turned 18 I asked each of them if they would prefer a cheque at christmas instead of the small (but carefully chosen) gift I would send them at birthday and christmas. All three unhesitatingly said they would prefer to continue receiving the thoughtful gifts.
Perhaps she has already bought for John and Michael.
Why does she buy gifts for her sister-in-law’s nieces?