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    • Jar of "Nothing"

      Don't you just love it when you ask someone what they want for Christmas (or birthday, anniversary, graduation, etc) and they say "Nothing"?! Well, here is the perfect gift idea for that person, a Jar of Nothing.

      Print the following saying onto a label and affix it to the jar.

      I asked you what you would like and you said...

      NOTHING

      Directions: Every time you think of something you would like, jot it down and put it in the jar. The next time someone asks you what you would like, you will have an answer.

      You could have asked for anything:
      * a new stereo
      * a new car
      * diamonds or pearls
      * a fabulous vacation
      * anything your heart desired!

      But no... you wanted NOTHING!


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