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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Well, it's about that time when the retail stores start reminding us how many days are left until Christmas. Black Friday is upon us and for those that are fortunate enough to still be working in this tough economy, please remember this is the season of giving not just gifts, but of ourselves.

Just a few small gestures will make the difference to someone who has come on hard times so please remember those who are less fortunate by using some of these suggestions we may all know but could use a reminder...

  • Have your children select a toy in good condition they no longer play with and donate it to a children's shelter
  • Purchase a new toy or two and give to Toys for Tots... again let your children get involved
  • Adopt a family for the holidays...check with local churches for families in need
  • Volunteer at a soup kitchen, and carry it out all year long
  • Donate your gently used coats, scarves and gloves to a collection sight or start one yourself
  • Collect canned good for your local Can-A-Thon
  • Check in on elderly neighbors and invite them to spend the holidays with your family
  • Visit your local nursing homes, at the holidays, many people are forgotten
  • Donate items to your local animal shelter, better yet adopt a homeless dog or cat
  • Remember our Soldiers fighting for our freedom who won't be with their families, not eating a huge turkey dinner, watching football or sleeping in a warm bed.
  • And...last but not least, have a Wonderful and Safe Holiday Season
We now have Cherchies seasoning to make that wonderful Lemon/Dill Dip

This is my youngest, he sticks his tongue out when he doesn't like what you say!

Don't you just love these handmade ribbons, they can be tied to just about anything, giving a vintage look to your packages, pillows, wreaths or chair backs. Many to choose from!

Hand Carved Swans

Loads of adorable one of a kind ornaments

Give your guest bath a wonderful holiday scent with these Shea Butter Soaps

Cute Handmade Signs for the person that is hard to buy for

I would like to officially introduce you to a new antique mall located in Woodbury, Georgia.

Three of us from the Plum Tree have taken a few spaces there and as you can see by the following pictures, we have quite a bit there already!

High Cotton is having its Grand Opening and Holiday Open House on Saturday December 5th from 10:00 am until 7:00 pm. For those of you who like me had never heard of Woodbury, it is really easy to get to. From downtown Fayetteville, go south on Highway 85 approximately 35 miles until you get to Highway 18. Turn right and it will be about 1 mile or less down on the left side of the street in a big brick building.

For more information call 706-553-3960

It is a great little drive and there are many treasures to be found.

Hope to see you there soon!


1 comment:

Two Women Art & Antiques said...

Looks like a lovely the name. Best of luck.