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This morning I had to pick up a package at post office; while in line the gentleman ahead of me was mailing six rolls of t.p. to North Carolina via priority (his kid couldn't find any near where she lived!

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@patbz wrote:

This morning I had to pick up a package at post office; while in line the gentleman ahead of me was mailing six rolls of t.p. to North Carolina via priority (his kid couldn't find any near where she lived!


I hope it was heavily insured!Smiley Wink

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He's an enabler.  For what it must have cost, I'd tell her to keep looking.

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@Kachina624 wrote:

He's an enabler.  For what it must have cost, I'd tell her to keep looking.


I disagree @Kachina624 , the country has turned extremely selfish. I would do the same thing for a child of mine.

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@patbz wrote:

This morning I had to pick up a package at post office; while in line the gentleman ahead of me was mailing six rolls of t.p. to North Carolina via priority (his kid couldn't find any near where she lived!


@patbz  I plan on shipping a package of tp to my mother this week.  She can't find any where she is and I don't feel comfortable with her going out with her aide during this crises. 

 

I will however use postal pick up from my front porch and print out the label online.

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Ah, the great toilet paper adventure!  Some of my bus peeps could not find TP around here and know I shop at Costco.  This past weekend I drove to a few houses, pulled up into the driveway then pitched them a bundle of TP from the boot of my car.  It was grand fun.  I was able to help, see my peeps via a distance and add fodder to a future chick-lit book of mine.  I had extra Milano cookies....individually packaged, two cookies per small package and duct taped packages of cookies on the TP.  Now isn't that a visual.  Giggles.  

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@JaneMarple wrote:

@Kachina624 wrote:

He's an enabler.  For what it must have cost, I'd tell her to keep looking.


I disagree @Kachina624 , the country has turned extremely selfish. I would do the same thing for a child of mine.


Some people treat their kids with tough love. I couldn't do this, if I could help my child ( even an adult one) I would.

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That sounds like something I would do for my children or grandchildren and they would do for me.

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