I love giving gifts. It’s an exciting challenge to watch and listen to a person, trying to discern what would most surprise and please them. For example when I was in Maine, I saw my niece ask over and over again to play with the shovel. So, when I was downtown, I found her a bucket set, complete with a mini shovel and a hand rake. It was a big hit, as evidenced by the following pictures.
The same thing happened this mother’s day. I tried to think of a gift that would be extra special but wouldn’t need to be dusted or cooked. Finally, I came up with something perfect, and it was VERY well received. I don’t want to say what it was, but here’s a hint:
Total Cost: $0 and three hours a week.