The gift of self giving

Katie Hinderer | 18 December 2011
if you have the chance, go ahead and give away a couple of those holiday hours previously reserved for family and friends. It will brighten the lives of those who are without such gifts.

Homemade gifts are the ones that last

Katie Hinderer | 16 December 2010
thinking of the Christmas gifts I still have from years ago… they are the ones that were custom made for me
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