Tuesday, November 28, 2023


How many holiday presents will you give this holiday season?

Perhaps this year you’re seeing more friends and family for the holidays – you feel safer being inside and less at-risk for getting severely sick.

If you are seeing more family this year, or even if you’re not, how many holiday presents will you give this holiday season? Just a couple? Quite a few? A whole lot? Feel free to leave a comment after you vote in the poll. Thanks!

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Bill N Stacey (@guest_157581)
1 year ago

Holiday Presents?? Christmas presents is what they are traditionally called…

Patty (@guest_157518)
1 year ago

I absolutely love Christmas.

Patty (@guest_157519)
1 year ago
Reply to  Patty

Ohhhh, at least 50 presents

Jeff Craig (@guest_157512)
1 year ago

Christmas has become a joke. I’ve been making donations instead. My family has more than enough of everything they really need, so better to use the money for those who need some support.

Roy Davis (@guest_157506)
1 year ago

I honestly can’t say because I just don’t count and have no desire to figure it out.

Brian Burry (@guest_157498)
1 year ago

What “Holiday”? We give Christmas Presents – but have never been given Halloween Presents, or New Years Presents?! If a person is so politically correct, that they are afraid of offending someone – so what! Say what you prefer, as we still have freedom of speech and we learned very young, that names will never harm you!

Bob (@guest_157510)
1 year ago
Reply to  Brian Burry

You said say what you prefer, Well the person who wrote the question said what they preferred and you seemed to have a problem with that. In this country we have freedom of religion, which to many Christians seem to forget so for all the non Christians happy holidays.

Tina (@guest_157496)
1 year ago

Too many so we give money! They can get their own stuff!

Kenneth Fuller (@guest_157487)
1 year ago

We’ve always enjoyed the blessing of giving. One day we will depart this earth and we have never witnessed a U-Haul behind a hearse, so we like to share/give to others while we are still able too.

Dave (@guest_157481)
1 year ago

Well, we can start with 8 Grandkids

Wayne Braxton (@guest_157479)
1 year ago

2 grandsons get several presents, one special neighbor, a single mother who excels and a dear friend.

David Stansbury (@guest_157478)
1 year ago

3-10 for us. And that includes the whole family.

McTroy (@guest_157466)
1 year ago

We celebrate Christmas with at least 4 different friends and family groups. So we have a spare room that gets filled with all the presents. 3 days to get them wrapped and ready for some fun gatherings. We are blessed to be able to share with our loved ones.

TexasScout (@guest_157464)
1 year ago

With three kids, seven grand kids, two in laws (brother/sister). Boss at work, well you get the idea.

Glen Cowgill (@guest_157463)
1 year ago

I do my shopping at the credit union while DW buys presents/ Four Children, ten grandchildren and various other family members makes for a fairly large amount. We just try to keep it simple. The grandchildren are old enough now where money seems to work best.

Ed K (@guest_157462)
1 year ago

Depends on how you define a present, one wrapped package containing eight separate items. One present or eight.

Bob p (@guest_157461)
1 year ago

All ready gave DW her new tablet, she just hasn’t started using it yet.

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