Merry Christmas, everybody.
From … where are we?
Vienna. So, last night was kind of like, the big Christmas deal, but this morning, I had my glass of champagne with breakfast, which is what I have to do on Christmas morning, isn’t it, [inaudible 00:00:16]? Except for last year when I wasn’t drinking at Christmas.
That was weird. Never doing that again. Champagne on Christmas morning is important for me anyway. We’re having a fabulous time. Hope you are having a fabulous time wherever you are with whoever you’re with doing whatever you do for Christmas day. Importantly, today is a day that sometimes is hard for people. I had some tears this morning because Christmas brings up lots of stuff about family and love and relatives and dead people and traditions and all sorts of things. So, today if you can, pick up the phone and call a friend, call somebody you haven’t spoken to for a while and just say, “Merry Christmas.” Just reach out to someone and say, “Hi.” So, whatever you’re doing, have a fabulous day and talk to you on Boxing Day. I don’t think there’s Boxing Day sales in Vienna. What do you reckon?
Yeah, I haven’t seen any signs for it.
No, don’t think so.
Probably not, yeah.