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Thanks again for the funny well thinked gifts! have a gzreat Christmas and a New Year filled with His wonderful Presence. May your ministry be richly blessed.
Love you guys!!! Excellent and funny gifts for dysfunctional friends and relatives. Also liked your Santa outfits/
Merry Christmas Dr.Grant & Kathy – God bless you!!
Loved your gift ideas, and the even better thing is that none of those “friends” will want to come back next Christmas!!! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas with your family and may the Lord continue to bless you as you use the great, encouraging gifts He has given you, in His service.
Very amusing gift “ideas”.
I would have to live in eternal poverty in order to do the gift-giving thing for my dysfunctional associates!
We are many!