Authorised expenditure

“A new book?” he said. “I thought you weren’t spending money on things this year, only people and experiences.”

“Books are people and experiences,” she said.

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2 Responses to Authorised expenditure

  1. TraceyS says:

    Exactly. But the book relies on the reader to turn paper and ink into people and experiences. Aren’t people amazing!

  2. Richard says:

    A typical feminine reply to all sorts of questions from males but a good answer. My father gave my mother a cheque for weekly supplies- and that was it; it did not include books. Although mother was a library bus supporter for all her life.

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