Monday, December 12, 2005

A Gift From the Kitchen

There are a myriad of ideas that you can implement to make people smile on Christmas day. Gifts can come in all shapes and sizes, and they can be any type of gift that you would like to give. Sometimes, thoughtful gestures of kindness are the best present to give.

If you’re handy in the kitchen, be sure to fix a meal for an elderly neighbor. Oftentimes, family members can be far away or deceased, so take the time and drop a plate off along with enough for left-overs for a few days.

Look for others in your neighborhood that might appreciate a friendly gesture such as those that have lost a job, or others that have a new baby in the household. Mothers always love it when they don’t have to do the cooking, especially when their own mother might be far away, and a happy trip home for the holidays is impossible for either.

Home-cooked meals can be taken to shelters for abused women and children or for homeless veterans too. Food is a necessity for life that you can share with others, and it certainly exemplifies the giving spirit of Christmas.


Anonymous Christmas party Ideas said...

Well done on a nice blog Aunt Libby. I was searching for information on Santa letters and came across your post A Gift From the Kitchen - not quite what I was looking for related to Santa letters but very nice all the same!

We're all getting ready for Christmas and I've just put the finishing touches to my new site specially for kids, or rather their parents and relatives. You can go there and get Santa to send a really nice personalized letter to a youngster. It's great fun! If you have a moment, perhaps you'd enjoy taking a look: Letter from Santa .

Well, a merry Christmas to you and yours!

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