Staffing priorities in hard times (Rousse)

As far as I could remember we had never received any presents from the G-J family. So when their servant asked us to return “everything” it was difficult to know what to say. The servant explained that R and S were on the breadline and selling all their belongings to feed the children. I offered the contents of our freezer to help them out. I did, however, wonder why they had not yet cut back on their domestic staffing costs.

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