Monthly Archive for December, 2013

: December, 2013

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  “And the Grinch, with his Grinch-feet ice cold in the snow, stood puzzling and puzzling, how could it be so? It came without ribbons. It came without tags. It came without packages, boxes or

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You can’t seem to go wrong.  That wallet-sized piece of plastic made to order in different denominations seems to appease anyone and everyone on your “good” list.   According to the National Retail

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“Attention last-minute shoppers. RUN, don’t walk to your computers!!” There are a few retailers who have enable time-crunched consumers, like myself, to purchase a forgotten gift and still receive it

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Generally speaking, most men dislike shopping. Whether buying for themselves or for that special someone, procuring the perfect present is not an enjoyable task.  Between the different collections,

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“It’s all in the delivery” may refer to the preface of a punchline or the first step in asking a friend for a favor.  As someone once said, it’s not WHAT you say, but rather HOW you say it. The same

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There are some childhood memories I can recall that were momentous while others were just simple, routine occurrences that, to this day, have left a lasting and comforting impression.  The bedrooms of

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12/5…60 degrees 12/6…62 degrees 12/10…33 degrees…snow! 12/12…25 degrees 12/17…21 degrees…snow! Forecast…12/22…63 degrees It seems the weather these days is harder to predict than the

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In April of this year Whole Foods decided that they would be opening approximately 700 new stores taking the their total number to a whopping 1000.  An aggressive growth plan heightened by the notion

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If there was a list of Christmas’ most given gifts, I’m sure the slipper would make a stellar appearance in one of the top spots.  What was once the traditional go-to gift for Dad, this cozy footwear

10 Days and Counting…

There are some years my Christmas shopping seems to flow flawlessly with all wrapped gifts placed under the tree well in advance of the “big man’s” arrival.  But every so often I’m stumped on that