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Happy weekend, and welcome to Friday Finds! Today it's all about holiday hostess gifts. It about the time when you may have several seasonal parties and functions to attend, and you should never show up empty-handed. The best hostess gift should be something just for the hostess that he or she can use at a later time, either for entertaining or just for themselves. Just because you may have been assigned a side dish or drinks, you should still being along a special hostess gift.

A hostess gift doesn't need to cost a lot. They can range anywhere from $10-$25, and really should be on average $20. There are so many appropriate options in this price range - anything from a set of tea towels to a cookbook, or something gourmet, or even a little bath and body gift. If you need a hostess gift for a party or dinner this holiday season, you can't go wrong with one of the picks below.


This first one is my favorite, because it's a versatile multi-use item, and it's so chic. …

Pic of the Week: She'll Swim One of These Days






















Last year my youngest daughter Kaitlin had quite a nasty fall into the pool, so it's been a struggle teaching her to swim this year. At my friend's pool (where we swim often) there is a single step on one end that goes down a few feet and has its own little inlet. Kaitlin hangs out on that step and calls it her hot tub. This week she worked her way up to being submerged to her chin and began doggy paddling back and forth over the step. Maybe next summer she'll actually get into the rest of the pool.

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  1. It might also take the right teacher, after that. I didn't learn to swim from a class... it was my cousin who taught me, and he spent his time as a lifeguard.

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