With Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday being in the rear view mirror, many of you already have presents ready for Christmas Day. As a kid I remember searching the house up and down looking for any signs of Christmas presents
Back in 1914, kids wanted things like nuts, candy, mittens and handkerchiefs for Christmas. This year, it's farting robots, design printers, and stuff like that. Take our survey and tell us about those most coveted gifts
Christmas traditions come in all shapes and sizes. Some are practiced by many while others are unique to specific families. One of the most time honored of these is the opening of gifts. What is your tradition?
I was talking with Sammy Kershaw this morning about Christmas gifts. We were reminiscing about the time when we had to put actual thought into the presents we bought for people. We had to pay attention to their likes and dislikes and find the gift that would tell them that we cared enough to know they would enjoy having that item. Today we seem to be all about cash and gift cards. Those items seem very impersonal to me. Giving them seems to say "I don't know anything about you, but you're on my Christmas list. So here ya go."
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