Christmas panic

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      On a side note, don’t forget that
      some people are highly sensitive to fragrances and won’t be able to use
      lotions/gels/etc.

      What I’ve done the past few years
      for my kids homeroom teachers is send a note out at the end of November or
      first of December and volunteer to collect donations and go buy a GC to the
      teachers favorite place. I don’t set a dollar amount, just tell the
      parents that all money will be used toward the card. Some parents send in
      a couple of dollars and a few do $10 or more. This way the teacher gets
      one really nice thing instead of 23 little things. I also buy a card and
      let them all sign it (even the ones that didn’t donate since it’s
      not their fault).

      Another thing I thought of for this year
      is to put money on their school lunch accounts. They aren’t allowed
      to leave campus to eat so this would help out, too.

      I do buy things on sale/clearance and keep
      on hand for gift-giving opportunities. This just helps when it comes time
      to actually buy something.

      12.0pt;font-family:Arial;”>I totally agree with you!!!!
      You get what you pay for! While I may not want to spend a huge amount on
      a gift for a teacher, etc, I do want to get quality and something nice not just
      the cheapest thing I can find. If you put a little effort into it you can
      get some very nice things for not a lot of money.

      12.0pt;color:

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