19 December 2006

It's Like GNR says...

One of the hardest things during the Christmas season for me is having to wait to give my presents out (yes, receive as well). I shop early and usually have had most of my presents for over a month or two (yes, sometimes even a year). Every once in a while, I have a really special present that I desperately want to give because I know how much it will mean to the one who receives it. I actively have to tell myself to be patient and this can be hard at times because I am so excited. Nevertheless, I know that the present always mean more when given on that special day. Therefore, I will patiently wait. :)

Yogurt Flavors: Chocolate Decadence, World Class Vanilla, German Chocolate Cake, Peanut Butter, Banana Macadamia Nut and Angel Food Cake.

Today is Shake Day! All shakes are $3.69 all day long.

Quiz Day: How Should You Spend the Holidays?

Your Holiday Personality is Caring

You like to reach out to people all year long, but you're especially giving during the holidays.
Make those you love homemade presents (like cookies or scarves). Call someone who might be feeling a little down. Give to your favorite charity.


Bonus Motivator (Note to self):

Do not plan for ventures before finishing what's at hand.-Euripides

4 comments:

Steph said...

Your Holiday Personality is Fun

You're all about the celebrating. Whether you're partying hard or singing along to Christmas music, you're totally enjoying the holidays.
Make your own Christmas ornaments. Create a holiday mix for all your friends' stockings. Run around your neighborhood late Christmas Eve ringing bells.

Traivor said...

***Your Holiday Personality is Social***


For you, the holidays are all about spending time with people you love - and even those you kind of like.
Host your own party - maybe even a few. Get people together for baking cookies, watching movies, and playing holiday charades.

UnrulyDuckling said...

My Holiday Personality is also Fun.

SerenitySprings said...

Who'da thunk?

Mine is social, just like Haroldina's.