Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Christmas Jars

Last year we read Christmas Jars and gave away our very first jar. The boys loved leaving the jar on a doorstep and "doorbell ditching." This year we're excited to give away another jar. My mom gave me Christmas Jars Reunion a few weeks ago. My 12yo and I just finished reading it. I'm still wiping away tears so I can write this post.
What is a Christmas Jar? "A Christmas Jar is a pickle jar, peanut butter jar, Mason jar or whatever else you have around to collect your spare change each day. All coins are dedicated to the jar, and during the week before Christmas you carefully select someone to give it to anonymously."
For more information and stories about Christmas Jars that have changed lives, click here.
I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas with your loved ones and find many opportunities to give and love.

3 comments:

  1. Christmas Jars sounds like a great book. I'm definitely going to check it out. And it's awesome that people are living out what they're reading. Gotta love true holiday spirit. :)

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  2. Thanks, Jenn. It's been really fun for my boys. I decided next year we'll give copies of the book with the jars.

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