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Waibau Mum Shops Early For Stationery

Timaleti James has taken the opportunity of the holiday period to do her children’s back to school shopping. It may seem a bit early for most people to consider doing
28 Dec 2018 10:49
Waibau Mum Shops Early For Stationery
Sisiters Esther James (from left), Marica James and Blanche James with their back to school shopping at Post Fiji shop in Suva on December 27, 2018. Photo: Ronald Kumar

Timaleti James has taken the opportunity of the holiday period to do her children’s back to school shopping.

It may seem a bit early for most people to consider doing their shop­ping for school stationery but for Ms James it is the best time.

“When school starts I don’t want to be running around to buy things for them,” Ms James said.

She accompanied her children to do their back to school shopping yesterday.

They travelled from Waibau in Naitasiri to do their back to school shopping in Suva.

The mother of five said her chil­dren were her priority.

“Christmas and New Year is an yearly thing. I prefer to cook one dish for that day as long as my chil­dren’s school stationeries are all bought,” Ms James said.

Ms James said it has been her rou­tine to buy school stationery for her children before every New Year.

“For the past five years I have been doing this,” she said.

“People tend to spend a lot of mon­ey during Christmas and New Year and forget about buying their chil­dren’s stationery on time.

“Christmas and New Year does not mean that we should have a big feast. For us Christmas and New Year is like any normal day.”

Edited by Percy Kean

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