I've got a confession to make. I'm what you all an "early Christmas decorator." I feel like it's something I was born with. When I got married and started my own family the symptoms became to strong to deny. November 4th became the day that we put up the Christmas decorations. Election Night? Yeah...we decorate on Election Night. You should try it! It sort of softens the blow if your favorite candidate doesn't get voted into office. At least you have the beautiful glow of Christmas lights to cheer up your soul.
For those of you who don't fall in the "early Christmas decorator" category, I'd suggest trying out out the "early Christmas shopper" category. This is one area where I am not proficient in. I seem to be scrounging for the perfect gift up until the last minute. But this year, it doesn't have to be that way!
Pastor Bob's Grillin' Magic is the perfect, homemade, unique gift that you can't get in stores. Are you a small business owner that loves to get your staff a gift? Grillin' Magic is an option that everyone will love. You could even pair it with a gift card to your favorite butcher shop in town. We love "Ye Old Butcher Shoppe" in Rochester. Do you have a man in your life that is super tricky to shop for? Grillin' Magic fits the bill. A single friend that lives by themselves? Grillin' Magic is the only seasoning they'll need.
I am aware that it is only October and some of you can't even get your minds to think towards the holiday season. But, any early Christmas orders are super appreciated because they allow us to keep up with demand and get orders out quickly.
Pastor Bob (my father in law) absolutely loved Christmas. He was a great big kid. He couldn't shop early for the simple reason that he couldn't stop himself from giving the gift before Christmas. I hope that the anticipation of the holidays starts to make you feel like a kid again too.
p.s - Don't you LOVE this rustic wrapping? All I can hear in my head is "brown paper packages tied up with string". I'm going to attempt a little rustic wrapping for underneath our tree this year. I'll let you know how it goes. Here's a pinterest board with some fun ideas.
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