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A most memorable Christmas

December 1st, 2006 at 01:09 am

Generally I have a terrible memory, but last Christmas was the most memorable present wise.

I recieved rosepetals from my husband..some other stuff too, but I only remember the rosepetals....

The sheets and napkins I asked for from the ILs...and a way cool breadbasket with warming stone from my brother in law.

On the one hand that is a very materialistic post, but I thought of it because I try to get gifts that are useful, fun, and not junk...remembering the gifts a year later, and hopefully more is a goal of mine when I give. I want to give presents that will be remembered and loved. and bring a smile the day of unwrapping. Trouble is I am not to good at it! But I guess having a goal to aim for is better than nothing.

(On a non-materialistic note my strongest memory is my son opening his game, and playing it, for hours....we aim to make time for the kids to play with the rush to open the next one, I don't care if it takes all year.)

4 Responses to “A most memorable Christmas”

  1. Broken Arrow Says:

    Ooh, rose petals! Very nice touch, and not even terribly expensive when you think about it that way.

    The holidays around this time sucks for me... but I'm going to do my best to get by.

  2. princessperky Says:

    Frown poor BA....wish I could make it better.

  3. jodi Says:

    Perky, it takes FOREVER for my boys to open presents. My older son gets so enamored with each gift that he wanders off to play with it for an hour. Course, I prefer that so much more than him ripping the paper off one present then demanding where the next is Smile

  4. Broken Arrow Says:

    Thanks for the sympathy.

    Don't worry though. The worst is already over. Smile

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