coffee break ver. 1.45

Hello world! What a lovely morning this is! I received 2 good news. First, I got new funds in my paypal account. And second, our 13th month pay is reflected in our ATM payroll accounts today!

What's next? Christmas shopping! The other day, my husband and I were updating our Christmas Gift List. With a number of loved ones and a big group of friends and godchildren, Christmas shopping can truly be challenging. One has to consider several factors such as one's budget, the inflation rate and the personality of the gift-receiver. Whatever factors a gift-giver considers, what's important is for us to avoid the Christmas rush and enjoy the feeling of sharing one's blessings this holiday season. Merry Christmas blogmates!

Credits: Amy Teets_sun porch kit


Anonymous said...

just these two
- affordability of the gift (kuripot)
- suitability of the gift to the receiver (toys for kids and money for grown-ups)

Fresh Pair PH said...

Just this:

If my wallet is anorexic enough to cause me to hide or if my wallet is healthy enough to cause me to make a few visits.

Unknown said...

Hi Jan! Here's mine - http://reejane.blogspot.com/2008/11/coffee-break-ver-145.html

I think that's the life span of a gas tank..6-8 months :) That's a relief so it means, were going to replace it next year ;)

theworkingmom said...

Hi, Jan! Wow, Christmas is definitely in the air!

Here's my answer:

Thanks for this!


The Wifey's Journal said...

thanks for another round of coffeebreak, Jan! mine's posted here: http://thewifeydiaries.blogspot.com/2008/11/coffee-break-ver-145.html

i'm babie said...

done jan! thanks! mwah! the link is http://ybabie.blogspot.com/2008/11/coffee-break-ver-145.html

Chie Vallesteros said...

budget and if I think the receiver will love it :-)

Rean Tirol said...

Here's our reply.

janis said...

i'm sorry ang tagal na nito...
here's my post: http://janisvg.blogspot.com/2008/12/christmas-shopping-coffee-break.html