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 Post subject: Dear Santa
PostPosted: Sun Dec 22, 2013 11:02 pm 
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Dear Santa
I don’t need anything for myself for Christmas so I’m writing you to request something for a friend.
His name is John and he has a longing to see the house he grew up in which is in Castlemilk. If you could work your magic and get the “silent” residents who live there now to respond and agree to his request, it would make not only John a happy man but his many friends on this Gorbals website.

Thank you in advance Santa and I hope you get plenty of rest after the Christmas rush.

Merry Christmas to you and Mrs. Claus.

Sheila xx


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 23, 2013 5:51 pm 
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Granny911 wrote:
Dear Santa
I don’t need anything for myself for Christmas so I’m writing you to request something for a friend.
His name is John and he has a longing to see the house he grew up in which is in Castlemilk. If you could work your magic and get the “silent” residents who live there now to respond and agree to his request, it would make not only John a happy man but his many friends on this Gorbals website.

Thank you in advance Santa and I hope you get plenty of rest after the Christmas rush.

Merry Christmas to you and Mrs. Claus.

Sheila xx


Hi Sheila,

I don't know what to say, this was so moving it made me cry when I read it and I haven't done that in a long time, except when I have been reading some of your hilarious comments. Bless you pal :) :)

Do you know Sheila, it would be a bonus if I get any contact from the folks at my old house but it won't be the end of me thinking that maybe one day it could happen, you never know! But more importantly, through sharing this wish of mine on the forum has achieved so much, it allowed me to make new treasured friends and enjoy the special warmth you always get from Glasgow people, they care and they are there for you anytime. Bless you all.

Take care, pal.

John xxx


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2013 12:01 am 
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braveheart wrote:
Granny911 wrote:
Dear Santa
I don’t need anything for myself for Christmas so I’m writing you to request something for a friend.
His name is John and he has a longing to see the house he grew up in which is in Castlemilk. If you could work your magic and get the “silent” residents who live there now to respond and agree to his request, it would make not only John a happy man but his many friends on this Gorbals website.

Thank you in advance Santa and I hope you get plenty of rest after the Christmas rush.

Merry Christmas to you and Mrs. Claus.

Sheila xx


Hi Sheila,

I don't know what to say, this was so moving it made me cry when I read it and I haven't done that in a long time, except when I have been reading some of your hilarious comments. Bless you pal :) :)

Do you know Sheila, it would be a bonus if I get any contact from the folks at my old house but it won't be the end of me thinking that maybe one day it could happen, you never know! But more importantly, through sharing this wish of mine on the forum has achieved so much, it allowed me to make new treasured friends and enjoy the special warmth you always get from Glasgow people, they care and they are there for you anytime. Bless you all.

Take care, pal.

John xxx


Hi John,
I think that was a wonderful wee not to Santa from Shelia and we all wish the same too mate, God Bless all.
Regards.
Danny :)


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2013 11:00 am 
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braveheart wrote:
Granny911 wrote:
Dear Santa
I don’t need anything for myself for Christmas so I’m writing you to request something for a friend.
His name is John and he has a longing to see the house he grew up in which is in Castlemilk. If you could work your magic and get the “silent” residents who live there now to respond and agree to his request, it would make not only John a happy man but his many friends on this Gorbals website.

Thank you in advance Santa and I hope you get plenty of rest after the Christmas rush.

Merry Christmas to you and Mrs. Claus.

Sheila xx


Hi Sheila,

I don't know what to say, this was so moving it made me cry when I read it and I haven't done that in a long time, except when I have been reading some of your hilarious comments. Bless you pal :) :)

Do you know Sheila, it would be a bonus if I get any contact from the folks at my old house but it won't be the end of me thinking that maybe one day it could happen, you never know! But more importantly, through sharing this wish of mine on the forum has achieved so much, it allowed me to make new treasured friends and enjoy the special warmth you always get from Glasgow people, they care and they are there for you anytime. Bless you all.

Take care, pal.

John xxx


Aw, John I never meant to make you cry, (that's actually a line in one of my favourite songs) but anyway I cried when I read your response. You said you were moved, well many of us on here are moved by your story of the house you grew up in. There may be plenty of people not posting their thoughts on the subject but it's evident from the amount of times your topic has been viewed that there is tons of folk routing for you to have your wish come true. Like you say though John if it doesn't happen, it won't be the end for you, that's the attitude to have John, because if I can quote my Granny again "What's for you, will not go by you" so if it's meant to be, it'll happen, if not well the "Silents" will have me to deal with when I knock on their door or buzz on their intercom, (or whatever it is these days) when I pay them a visit next year. Can't wait! Hubby is saying I'll be going on my own and asking can you organize some bail money? :lol: :lol: :lol: What is he like? :roll: Like you said John it's made a lot of treasured friends for many of us. My question is what are we going to do when the "Silents" speak up, we'll need a new drama to occupy us on here? :lol: Take care, Sheila

Hi Danny,
Thanks for your lovely comment. Aye I can see you must be just like that wee charmer of a cousin of yours. (even though he broke my heart ;) ) Cheers, Sheila


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