Is it OK to Charge for Christmas Dinner?

A woman in England posted on a parents' website a few days ago about her mother-in-law CHARGING for Christmas dinner this year.  She wants about $21 per person from EVERYONE.

Oh . . . and it's not because she feels like she should be paid for the cooking.  She's charging because she's getting carry-out which is more expensive.  So . . . is that fair or is it ridiculous?  The responses to the woman's post are split right down the middle . . . and both sides are very passionate.But one person DID take a fairly level-headed middle ground approach that's worth sharing.  Quote, "People who see it as charging family are horrified, people who see it as sharing costs don't see the issue."

Cindy Scull Mornings

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