Sunday, December 23, 2007

An expat Christmas

Hey, we can't all be expats, but in case you are stuck here Expat Stu shares with us this photo and the place to get the goods:
Box of 10 christmas crackers: $10.99
1 lb figgy pudding: $14.75
80 Ty-Phoo tea bags: $9.25
A British Christmas in San Diego: PRICELESS!!!
All Goodies from the Shakespeare Corner Shoppe, every expat's favourite this season.

6 Comments:

Blogger ft. lauderdale daily photo said...

Figgy pudding--yum! And I am not a Brit. Merry Christmas from Florida!

Sun Dec 23, 12:30:00 PM PST  
Blogger Ex-Shammickite said...

I bought a Crosse & Blackwells Christmas pud when on vacation in Florida recently, plus Hard Sauce... and I got some crackers at the Chinese dollar store here in S Ontario, Canada.... now how about a nice cuppa?
Happy Christmas! Oh OK, Merry Christmas too!

Sun Dec 23, 01:38:00 PM PST  
Blogger Isadora said...

:) we all have our memories that we like to gather around us especially at holiday times. Aren't we all xpats in some way?

Merry Christmas from very cold Budapest.

Mon Dec 24, 12:28:00 AM PST  
Blogger Olivier said...

Je te souhaite un JOYEUX NOEL et te propose de venir chanter Noel sur mon DP BLOG D'EVRY. Bonnes FĂȘtes.


I wish you all a MERRY CHRISTMAS and invites you to come sing on my DP Noel D'EVRY BLOG. Happy Holidays.

Mon Dec 24, 03:46:00 AM PST  
Blogger pusa said...

wishing you and your family the love, blessings, and warmest cheers of the holidays. mErRy ChRiStMaS!!!

pusa
i heart manila

Mon Dec 24, 04:32:00 AM PST  
Blogger ~tanty~ said...

Happy holiday seasons Felicia!
Warm greetings to your family :)

Mon Dec 24, 06:19:00 AM PST  

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