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Our Sealed Pot

Our Sealed Pot by thesmithsontour
Our Sealed Pot, a photo by thesmithsontour on Flickr.
Today we are linking up with Saving For Travel.

A year's worth of saving begins & this will be the spending money for our December 2013 holiday with the kidlets... We've not quite decided where we're going yet, but it will probably be for a week & just before Christmas. Scandinavia & New York have been suggested, but not sure whether Momma & Popsy's funds will stretch that far... We shall see!

We have decided to also include money we save, instead of spend... On Tuesdays we sometimes go for a coffee, but instead the money has gone into the pot... We didn't have a £5 note, so we've started our pot with £10!

Thank you all for your comments on the previous post - we'll send replies probably tomorrow now, as it's dinner time!

Bye for now & happy saving to those joining in!!!

Kay & Sime xx
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