I will be giving gifts from my home to my children and grandchildren more often as I face old age income. I can share some of my treasures along with a little token of affection. This is not too hard since I don't know what they want that is under $100 any way.?
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Take advantage of those charities in the malls that will wrap your gift(s) for a small donation. If you wrap the way I do, you take EVERY opportunity to have someone else wrap your gifts. If a store offers free gift wrapping, I take advantage of it. But it's really great to have use a charity to wrap your gift for you. The charity gets money, and your gift looks lovely!
I once read a story about a girl helping her grandma make a pie. The girl was tentatively kneading the dough & the grandma, encouraging the girl on, said "Don't be afraid of the dough, its just dough". The thing is, you can substitute almost any word for dough - the point is Be Daring, Not Afraid!
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