I don't have to hand out IOU's. Everyone automatically turns here for baby sitting regardless. LOL. I already had the countdown down. I was figuring out how many pays were left. It will not be as hard this year because we also had the kids draw names. That alone saves well over $200. A lot of my family has really felt the economy and I brought up this idea of just doing names. Gladly everyone jumped in right away. I would suggest this for anyone else who has a number of children in there family. It really eases the bill a bit. Not only that it takes a lot of stress off.
So, did you end up with someone that you like to shop for? We used to do that a long time ago, but have even gotten away from family get togethers when it comes to holidays, crazy family friction, always someone not getting along with someone. Really stinks around christmas to have family so spread out.
Okay, so I've had a pretty busy weekend & I'm catching up on creditmagic posts. My sister texted me the walmart people link she's on here too. so she must have seen it on here. There is one on there called "HOLY TOLEDO" & it was taken in my area lol.
Back on christmas topic: I can't believe that christmas is right around the corner already. I've already thought about future Christmases. Once I get my finances under control, I plan to use creditmagic points & my points all year to pay for christmas.
The IOUs are a great idea, I'd take laundry service IOUs any holiday. lol
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