Finding a gift for everyone on your holiday list may be stressful. Thus, it is important to keep a few things in mind. A gift is supposed to be a symbol of your love and affection for someone else. It’s the thought that really counts. Being thoughtful doesn’t have anything to do with the amount of money you spend. If all else fails, a gift card (perhaps, from a local establishment) will do just fine. For someone who has everything, consider donating to a charity in his/her name. World Vision and the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust come to mind. The gift of membership to a local museum may also be worthy of your consideration.
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The baton has officially been passed. For the second year in a row, I’m the head holiday chef. I’ve purchased an ample amount of items to present our new table at its best. Sitting down for a meal together, no matter how small the party, is something very special. Zoom dinners count too. Although I acquired new placemats, cutlery, and tea light holders in an effort to get ready for the holiday season, they’ll have a permanent presence on the table. I’ve been paying more attention to the presentation aspect of our dining experience at home. We don’t go out to restaurants as much as we did before Covid, but I’m determined that we shall eat world-class food with appropriately-paired wine. Happy Thanksgiving! May you find joy in the little things…like setting your table on a daily basis.
Madame de la Maison Orage linen napkins; Madame de la Maison antique gold and blue plates; Chateau du Petit Thouars Cremant de Loire Non Vintage; Crate&Barrel marble wine cooler; Libbey Signature Kentfield Estate all-purpose wine glasses
Duralex Picardie tumblers, 8-3/4 oz.; Crate&Barrel hurricane candle holder; Bees Light Candles beeswax pillar candles; Crate&Barrel glass tea light candle holder; Bees Light Candles white tealight beeswax candles