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Or Do I Want It? They're actually letting the child control the holi- day gift buying limits. Parents feel that-they are stretching the limits of their generosity, : but their , kids are labeling them as self- ish. As parents, we need to turn that around so that's not the way the child thinks about it. Children learn to priori- tize their wants and needs and become part of the decision-making process.
Later, children can priori- tize the gifts. Impulse desires move to the bottom, while the most coveted gifts go at the top of the list. Older children seeking big-ticket items will learn to make compromis- es: Are they willing to forgo a few little gifts in favor of one expensive item? They understand that Santa can't get everything. This is a way to teach children to set priorities and, starting at around age 9, kids can real- ly make trade-offs. At that age, they have really strong preferences for what they like, so give them three choices.
They will usually pick one because they are forced to evaluate the com- parative value of those things. They may get fewer surprises, but they will have fewer disappoint- ments on Christmas morn- ing, DeBroff said. I know with the temperatures hitting 80's the tosf thing : that we wont f o think shoot is o? Protect your valuable investments mower, weed trimmer, snow blower, ride. Voder's instofe garden sheds hand built by Amish : craftsmen.
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To ensure your mail reaches an out-of-town destination by Christmas, the Postal Service offers first-class mail, priority mail and express mail. For all mail, Clark said following a few simple mailing rules can help avoid unnecessary headaches for you and oth- ers as the Postal Service attempts to deliver your packages with care. Those include not send- ing odd-shaped objects in first-class envelopes. Items such as pens or earrings can tear up the machines and then tear up other peo- ple's mail, Most of all, Clark advised a little patience as millions of pieces of mail roam the countryside this holiday season.
Postal employees are doing "everything we can to protect your stuff," Clark said. Though Santa Claus may be able to traverse the world in only one night and swoop down chimneys by simply touching his nose, postal employees are, after all, only human. Use a sturdy box, strong tape and, if sending fragile items, proper cushioning. Do not use string or twine to put the box together. If your box falls apart during delivery, the post office wili be more likely to reassemble it. Sending a check or money order is safer and easier to recover if lost.
Your mail will likely be rejected and sent back to you. Use a padded envelope instead. Most cards indicated whether extra postage is required, but if you forget, the recipient may end up being asked to pay the extra postage. Go to www. Wrap and place them next to the toys in the mailing box. For questions regarding express mail or priority mail, call Visit Copley News Service at www. For more holiday tips, see next week's edition. Paul's Lutheran holds Thanksgiving Service St. Paul's Lutheran Church will hold a Thanksgiving wor- ship Service, including a spe- cial ceremony with the tradi- " tions of Thanksgiving, tonight Wednesday at 7.
The church is located at Washington St. The Rev. Thomas Moog is pastor. All are welcome to attend.
The service will open with a hymn, followed by a Lesson- Sermon starting with the quote from Revelation: " Blessing and glory and wis- dom. Sunday service and Sunday school at a. Wednesday evening testi- mony meetings are held at p. The Reading Room is open Tuesday and Friday from 10 a. The Lesson-Sermon for Sunday is titled "Ancient and Modern Necromancy, alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism Denounced" and will open with a quotation from Isaiah: "For the Lord of hosts hath purposed, and who shall dis- annul it?
And his hand is fellowship stretched out and who shall turn it back?
Bible Study and Prayer Service are on Wednesdays begmning at 7 p. Troy Sligh is pas-. For more details, call the church at Advent observance St. James Catholic Church on Sunday, Dee. It will be held in Grace Commons of St.