well let's see Diane/ Flossybeth.....
(-c.m.if i"m wrong.) -Mats had the courtesy to let us in on his plan to book a weeks intensive driving course for his son in the UK, during the limited time available.
he then goes on to talk about paying for additional lessons when they arrive.
There is nothing in his responses to believe that he hasn't read, and understood, and considered all the advice he'd been given,
before he reached his deadline for a decision
How does decrying any part of his plan as "ridiculous" after he's made his informed decision (-or, indeed, making sly references to "bull****", in a footnote), -how does that raise the tone of this exchange.
I repeat : Mat really is trying to do the right thing, in what most of us will remember as extraordinarily stressful times.
He's gone to the trouble of confirming his decision with us
Perhaps we can now find the good grace to let him now get on with it.JB
- So guys -How about if we try just a little bit more to address the problems (and reading the questions) of our new chums before pushing our own agendas? ...and maybe even accepting the decisions they make after we've had the opportunity to respond.