...a magnetic peace sign given to me by my daughter. I've been seeing other vehicles with these magnetic peace signs on them, but I did not know where to get one. The ones I had seen were solid pastel colors.

My daughter knew I wanted one, and she found out where to buy them: Vermont Peace Works

She got me the tie-dyed one which looks really cool on my black stationwagon.

Here's a picture of them. They seem to be popular here on the East Coast. What can I say?! I'm a Woodstock alumni myself, and so the tie-dyed one is dreamy! :-)

She gave me some other gifts too, but this peace sign magnet is my favorite.

So what was your favorite holiday gift this year? Let's hear it!

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Comment by Jennie Ann on January 3, 2010 at 2:01
Jane, there's nothing more precious than family. I love hearing good stories like that. These experiences are so meaningful, and they touch the heart. Thanks for sharing!
Comment by Jennie Ann on January 3, 2010 at 2:00
Oh, M.A., what a beautiful tree that was, and the fresh white snow was a nice touch. Looks like you really did have yourself a merry little Christmas. Thanks for sharing those wonderful pictures. They really complement your Christmas experience. Wow!
Comment by Jane McGill on January 2, 2010 at 19:07
My best gift this year was when my daughter and son-in-law were sitting in the bedroom floor playing with their 10-month-old son. They live 12 hours away so I don't get to see my grandson often, and it was a long trip and he had met many people in a day's time, so they were letting him wind down. When I came into the room and sat down on a chair, Landon crawled to me and reached his hands up for me to hold him. It was wonderful to be chosen over his mommy for once!
Comment by Jennie Ann on January 2, 2010 at 12:40
Oh, M.A., what a wonderful Christmas story. Thanks for sharing that. You had a beautiful and meaningful holiday, indeed!

I know you must have a picture of that tree. Please share, if you can.
Comment by Judy on December 31, 2009 at 13:38
We got married on Halloween, in Vegas no less. I swear there's nothing better than to spend your anniverary handing out candy to all of the little kids.
Comment by Rachel Gard on December 31, 2009 at 6:41
Happy Anniversary to you too! I joke, but it is a great day to get married on. You're 100% right.
Comment by Valencia Caston Simmons on December 30, 2009 at 18:01
Rachel ~ New Year's is the absolute best day ever to start a new life with one's soul mate. My husband and I are celebrating our first year together, and I'm thrilled and thankful to say it's been the best year of my life. Happy Anniversary!
Comment by Rachel Gard on December 30, 2009 at 15:55
Valencia, I thought my husband and I were the only ones crazy enough to get married on New Year's Day !!! He jokes that at least he won't forget our anniversary.
Comment by Valencia Caston Simmons on December 30, 2009 at 14:03
Oh, Jennie. I agree with Tricia. How cool would it have been if you had a VW bug. They're so cute.
Comment by Valencia Caston Simmons on December 30, 2009 at 14:01
I didn't get one gift this Christmas, but I sure did enjoy being surrounded by family. My husband and I decided not to exchange gifts since our wedding anniversary is on New Year's Day.

I had three generations of cousins over for dinner. We played games, ate, watched a movie, ate, played more games, ate again, and had a really grand time. They didn't leave until almost midnight!

I sorta did want some new boots, which I'd planned on telling my mother when she "asked" what I wanted, but she beat me to the punch, alerting me that only her grand children were getting gifts from her this year. Oh, well.

Have a Happy and Prosperous New Year, everyone.

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