secret santa

giving gifts is not something i take lightly. in fact, it’s quite an exhausting endeavor because in order for me to give a gift, it has to be good. it has to be meaningful. it has to make sense for the receiver. no generic stuff here. and so, yes, i find christmas to be a bit overwhelming with all the gifts i have to give at once, which is why i usually start planning what gifts i’ll give in october. that way i don’t have to rush and i can give each person not only the right gift, but a proper amount of time to figure out what said gift should be.

i’m in charge of organizing the sibling secret santa and doing so now means i’m just like all those major retailers who start decorating their stores mid-october. hopefully in a less annoying and bling-ed out manner. pumpkins and elves. the mash-up of holidays. family interlaced throughout. always family. always love. always laughter. always lucky.

i’m too liberal with my comma use. i use them to imply pauses, breaths taken. screw grammar. i’m living life on my own terms.

4 thoughts on “secret santa”

  1. Ha! You correct my grammar so I am not qualified to correct yours! And thank you for organizing the secret Santa! You gave amazing gifts last year and who ever you have this year is lucky!!

    1. excuse me. i do NOT correct your grammar. you don’t need it.

      and thank you for agreeing to SS again this year. it gives us more time to focus on memories and cookies and laughing rather than standing in lines and battling crowds and paying shipping costs.

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