100 Good Wishes

100 Good Wishes

Breakfast with the Grinch Universal Studios Orlando

Last minute Christmas shopping isn’t something I enjoy doing. I’m really a planned and organized person that makes the list, checks it twice and begins to shop in advance – just to be prepared. Not this year, this year I am down to the wire because there is only a few days before Santa arrives. Both children have strep throat and high fevers, my daughter’s asthma is out of control and we went to Universal Studios for that awesome trip I won a year ago and yes, we had breakfast with the Grinch. It was amazing but I’ll have to fill you in on that later because I’m too busy shopping online at Red Envelope for those last minute stocking stuffers.

I’m in luck because I have many gifts I send to out of town family and friends and so I’ll have to pay shipping anyhow, why not have the gift wrapped too and ship it directly from Red Envelope. That’s what I’m talking about – convenience folks!

I’m undecided between the 100 good wishes candle set and the sea salt caramels. What would you choose? Maybe I’ll do both! With the recent tragedy in Connecticut I think we could all use 100 wishes and for them to all come true, if only that was

Photo Credit: Red Envelope
Photo Credit: Red Envelope

possibly. Again, I digress but my mind seems very scattered and unfocused lately and the tragedy is certainly on my mind weighing heavy on my heart.

If you have a last minute gift to fulfill like I do, join me in sending someone special a gift from Red Envelope or maybe two. I’m going with the 100 wishes candle set, it seems appropriate and they are certainly beautiful. They’re not soy or anything eco-friendly from what I can tell but the thought of someone lighting them and having their 100 good wishes come true, we’ll that is special. Happy holidays and may all of your wishes come true this year.

Disclaimer: I received a Red Envelope Gift Card as compensation for writing this post. My opinions are my own and I regularly shop Red Envelope with or without compensation.

Poquette is a K12.com 3rd grade teacher, a social media and marketing consultant (in her free time), blogger and children’s book author. She has a knack for vetting bloggers, creating blogger campaigns and connecting brands and bloggers. She speaks locally, regionally and nationally on blogging, social media and education. She’s worked with top name brands and has been mentioned and featured in the New York Times, ABC News Online, The Wall Street Journal and several others.

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