The holiday season is here, and everyone has one thing on their minds: what to get others for the holiday season, whether their holiday of choice is Christmas, Hanukkah, or some other gift-giving occasion.
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Judith Porter is the Director of Community Outreach at Bishop Dunne Catholic School in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Christmas Day, a time for celebrating your relationships with friends and loved ones. It's a special time of the year where you get the opportunity to be close to those you love and to show them how much you appreciate them.
The holiday gift-giving season is upon us! It seems like everyone at the office is gearing up for Yuletide celebrations. The office halls have been decked with cheerful decorations, glittery fake snow encrusts the tops of every cubicle wall, and an abundance of red and green stockings have overtaken the typical office décor.
John Cunningham is the President and CEO of Vehicle Tracking Solutions, a company that provides GPS-based services to businesses in the areas of Connecticut, Long Island, New York, and New Jersey. With the help of his wife and Chief Financial Officer, Karen Cunningham, John has grown his small startup business into an enterprise with over $10 million in revenue.
Oh, November, that time of the year when people all across America are preparing for the coming winter. The air begins to get a little cooler, and, depending on where you live, you might even have snow already. Children are gearing up for snowball fights and praying for snow days, while homeowners check their house's insulation and top off the antifreeze in the car. Before you know it, the whole neighborhood will be a winter wonderland.
Kendall Morris is the winner of the 2011 Miss Texas beauty pageant and was a top 10 contender for the Miss America 2012 pageant. A student of the Texas Christian University, Morris is a journalism major with a focus in broadcast journalism. As reported by the WaxahachieTX.com website, miss Morris hopes "to be a TV anchor or broadcast reporter" once she finishes her college degree.
All-grown-up, once-high-school-sports-stars often revel in paying periodic visits to their high school alma mater, peering in the trophy case, and taking a gander at awards that after decades, still pay homage to the athletic contribution they made to their school. These former high school athletes often take great pride in leading their spouses and their children through the halls, bragging about how great they were, and how for example, they scored the winning point that made them state champions. Ever notice how practically all of these plaques from decades ago (and even some from recent years), are made from wood?