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1  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Misc. Gift Idea Brain Blockage / spoiled rotten brother on: November 14, 2007 05:29:15 PM
My spoiled younger brother is home for Christmas and I've got nothing.  I've got like no money and well for him money is no option.  There's some song lyric he's all about, "If it ain't Gucci it don't look good on me."  And he means it. 

What's worse is his only hobbies are college boy hobbies, drinking and women!  He is into his car, working out, I thought maybe etched beer mugs, but I'm blanking on what to etch!  He likes to watch movie with his friend.  So I was thinking of a movie in a box sort of thing.  But I need another gift also because, Christmas day is also his birthday!

I can knit and figure just about anything else out.  I'm not a good machine sewer, sewing machines despise me. 
2  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Party Planning / grown-up kids party on: November 14, 2005 09:18:50 PM
My husband and one of out best friends birthdays are the 6th and 7th of December.  So I'm planning a birthday/holiday party.  I'm very excited and the semi-theme is classic american child.  We're having grilled cheese, tomato soup, hot dogs, mac and cheese, chex mix, chocolate chip cookies, those peanut butter cookies with the chocolate kiss in them and chocolate milk with crazy straws and kaluha.  I'm going to rent A Christmas Story.  But what else?  I don't want this to be a boring sitting around party, but I also really want it to be nostalgic.  Not like updated hipper versions of old favorites, but the actual thing.  I love to plan parties but I tend to over plan, so I need some feedback!  Should we play games?  There's going to be anywhere from 15 to 40 people there.  Any ideas welcome, thank you!

Oh I also forgot to mention that I was home schooled so I have like no idea what other kids were doing!  I know I was reciting the pledge of allegiance a lot.
3  OCCASIONS AND HOLIDAYS / Weddings and Bridal Showers / making it fun for the kids on: August 25, 2005 10:11:58 AM
For my sept. shindig, I've invited children.  Fourteen are coming, or eight are definitely coming, fourteen are probably coming.  Anyway, does anyone have any tips on making it fun for them, and their parents at the same time?   Im talking all under 10-years of age.  Im planning on hiring two teen girls to lead games/look after them.  And I was thinking $ store/OTC goodie bags would be good.  Anything else?  Any ideas welcome!
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