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I have not yet planned anything for this year.
I would like to say yes, but as busy as we are right now I will be lucky to make it home.
Baking and personal delivery after Thanksgiving, before Christmas.
I will send out my holiday cards to past and present clients. That will happen just before Thanksgiving. Then in December they will get my magnetic calender with recipes. (so will you). LOL. I plan to take a few clients out to lunch.
Debbie and I will be having many of our clients to our home for a meal.
John McCormack, CRS
I don't do anything of this sort... people seem to be very busy and or travelling at this time, so it gets lost in the shuffle.
John McCormack, CRS
As far as I know, we have nothing planned.
Debbie Reynolds for us, this week is the biggest festival time.
I am planning to meet at least 25 of my clients and pop-by something special on this occasion.
Our office hosts a Gingerbread Party. Parents and children alike come to the party. We set out tables with personalized place settings where each attendant gets his/her own house. And the assortment of goodies to add to the house is amazing!!! We really go all out for our clients at this party and it gets bigger each year! Santa and Mrs. Claus come to see us and there's a beautiful tree lit up!
One of the agents in our office distributes pies to past clients. They are well received. Lise Howe commented that she distributes her home made fruit cakes.
I have been trying to figure out exacty what I want to do. There will definitely be a Christmas card, but I would like to add a personal touch, just not sure what it will be yet. I am hoping next year to throw a holiday party for my clients, or possibly a cookie exchange.
No - that's our family time.
my holidays are focused on family and all events will include family and close friends....
Everyone who knows me is invited to participate, FREE OF CHARGE, in my annual Toppler Run, the Sunday morning before Christmas.
Most folks run, but there are skate boards, three wheelers, bicyclists, Rollerblades and the baby stroller pushers. We all dress in any CHEERFUL costume wanted. Christmas theme preferred.
The purpose is to stop at several emergency service shelters along the way and each participant makes a donation. Be aware, the fee to participate in most marathons presses the $200 mark. In the Toppler, 100% goes to the organization to whom the money is handed.
The organization last on the list gets, icky sweaty money.
My top 90 were invited to a party and they each get a fresh baked pie to take home with them. 11/24/15, 51 RSVP'd.
Unfortunately, not this year, things are a bit to hectic!
Good Monday morning Debbie. Yes, I plan on doing Thanksgiving day cards as well as special gifts around Thanksgiving. Too much gets lost during the Christmas holiday. Everybody does Christmas!
I have a magazine that is going out to all clients, past and present. Have you ever used American Lifestyle Debbie?
Debbie - I wasn't planning on doing anything, but it does seem like a great way to stay in touch.
I am sending out some individual cards to special clients plus e-cards to my whole list, and sending a few gifts.