Christmas is supposed to be one of the happiest times of the year, but it can also get expensive. Whether money is tight or you just want to rein in your spending, this year could be the year that you need to stick to a budget for Christmas.
We are officially in the heart of the holiday season, and while the Christmas songs on the radio may be saying “it’s the most wonderful time of the year,” we know that it’s really one of the most stressful. While we do our best to fully prepare for the holiday season, the sheer amount of things that need to be done and the decreasing amount of time to do them in can cause a lot of stress.
It seems as if every year the holiday season begins earlier. Along-side Halloween costumes in the stores are dancing Santa’s and reindeer. But in our mad dash to get our home decorated for the holidays and organize the gatherings, it’s easy to forget about the additional fire hazards that come with this time of year. To keep your family safe, keep these tips in mind to prevent fires:
This was I really really really tried my hardest to listen to Tonja, but she gets on my nerves. She always takes my doll without asking and she doesn't let me play with her dolls. She even told my mom that I took a candy cane off the tree even though she did to. I will try harder next year. School is fun my new teacher Mrs. Matthews allows me to help in class, I love to be a helper. I also won first place in the science fair for my volcano. I hope you like the cookies we made, I made the one with the red and white snowflakes. P.S. Santa: I know I haven't asked you for anything in years, but this year I would love a Subaru Forester. I so love this vehicle and it is perfect for my family. I promise to drive with care.