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10 GIFTING RULES TOTALLY MEANT TO BE BROKEN

 

1. Taking off the price tag.

Listen, maybe every once in a while, someone needs to know what you mean to them… in the amount of a "casual mistake."

 

2. Re-gifting.
If it's in perfect-looking enough condition, what's wrong with a little secret attempt to be "sustainable?"

 

3. Giving your most coveted wish list item to someone else.
It's an ingenious little experiment in "testing the merchandise" before you make your own investment.

 

4. Giving gifts beyond "the basics."
How dare anyone accuse you of not being thoughtful! No matter what anyone says, underwear and socks should be flowing like water because one day someone will love you for coming through in the clutch.

 

5. Going on a total spree.
When you or the person you love checks out that holiday season credit card bill, just remind them you went on a tear for a higher purpose: POINTS, POINTS, POINTS.

 

6. Guesstimating.
If you round a size down on fashion items for your friends and loved ones, you could end up looking so flattering.

 

7. Really going for it without prior permission.
Why not get your little cousin a pet without asking your aunt and uncle first? It'll make them REALLY happy — isn't that what actually matters?

 

8. Deflecting when you get something weird you don't want.
Being gracious is one thing but let's face it, if you're also taught that honesty is the best policy, try it around the tree this year and see what happens.

 

9. Being subtle about your biggest wish list item.

Go full court press without your family and friends actually finding out for a while. Drop some hints and associations in the few weeks before the holiday frenzy, then at zero hour, outright see if they've been catching on.

 

10. Keeping monograms classy.
You can make anything personal with the skills of a little engraving! But maybe have a little fun this time to turn the prepster style on its head or "send a message" to someone for whom you didn't really want to have to shop.

 

 

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Ellsworth and William Woodward: Impressions of Southland Exhibition

March 10th

Alexandria Museum of Art
933 Second Street
Alexandria, LA
10:00AM - 5:00PM

Impressions of the Southland incorporates landscapes and cityscapes painted by Ellsworth and William Woodard which depict their view of the South during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  The Woodward brothers were influenced in the H. Sophie Newcomb College instructing and inspiring young artists for years.

Admission: 
$4 Adults, $3 Seniors/Students/Military, $2 Youth age 4-13, Free Children 4 & under
Phone: 
318-443-3458

Pineville High Theatre Presents "The Wedding Singer"

March 12th
Pineville High School Auditorium
1511 Line Street
Pineville, LA
7:00PM

Don’t miss The Wedding Singer at Pineville High!!!  Full of spectacular 80’s music and icons from the era such as Cyndi Lauper, Tina Turner, Billy Idol, Mr. T and even Ronald Reagan, The Wedding Singer is NOT to be missed.

Admission: 
Adult - $13.50 Senior (w/ ID) - $11.50 Student - $8.00

Second Saturdays at the Museum

March 14th
Alexandria Museum of Art
933 Second Street
Alexandria, LA
United States
12:00AM - 3:00PM

Free admission to AMoA every Second Saturday with arts activities for kids, live music, art exhibitions, and original local art in out gift shop.  There's always something to explore!

Admission: 
Free

Menard Invitational Golf Tournament

March 14th

Oakwing Golf Course
Alexandria, LA
Phone: 
John Flynn
318-445-8233

USFA March Mayhem Softball

March 14th

Alexandria Youth Complex
Alexandria, LA
United States
9:00AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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