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Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Most Wanted Family Gifts For Christmas 2007

Did you ever wonder if your gifts will WOW your family and friends, or will be re-gifted or even worse, end up forgotten in a closet corner only to be found years later? Today you’ll learn what’s on people’s wish lists for Christmas 2007.

Not too long ago, I did a survey and asked thousands of people to tell me their top wish for Christmas 2007, and was surprised at the results.

Of course, many wish for better health, more satisfying careers, more time with their family, or mending broken relationships. And while you can’t grant them their wish, you can help them go in the right direction, by giving them books, tapes, or DVD’s that would help them solve their problem. You can also offer to brainstorm with them ways to accomplish their wishes, or give them the gift of your time.

Here are only a few of these more abstract wishes:

“I would love to find a way to spend time with my husband and family.”

“I would like to regain my health which has been deteriorating this year, but it is unrealistic to even hope for that. There are some things that money cannot buy.”

“Peace and a greener pollution free global community.”

“The one important thing I would most like for Christmas is time with loved ones (especially my wife).”

“To reconcile with our daughter.”

“My biggest wish for this Christmas is for my wife to spend Christmas with her mother.”

“My wife has germ cell cancer and has been feeling very sick. All, I want is for her to feel good enough to enjoy Christmas and help decorate, since she loves that holiday so much.”

“For Christmas this year I am hoping for a donor match to my mom. She is in need of a kidney transplant and has been on the donor list for over two years with no luck.”

“I want an engagement ring and a wedding proposal from my boyfriend.”

Other’s Christmas wish list for 2007 includes things that you can buy to give as gifts, and here is just a small sampling of these:

  • Money: a lot of people want money for Christmas. While it’s nice to get a gift, many have needs that money could fill.
  • Gift Cards: several mentioned wanting to do frilly things for the home, but feeling guilty to spend money on such a project, but if they received a gift card to Lowe’s or Home Depot, they’d love it.
  • Laptops: if a member of your family doesn’t have one, what a great gift to give! Everyone could use and enjoy a laptop!
  • Toys: and well toys can mean different things to different people. For kids, Webkinz are the rage, but for teens, an iPod, MP3, Nintendo DS, LCD TV, WII, Xbox 360, and more.

“I want an Apple iPod touch. The reason is pretty simple – to use the gorgeous 3.5-inch widescreen touch screen with wireless access to control the lights and heating system at home.”

“I want an MP3 player! I have a long commute to work every day, and would like to be able to download free audio books that I can listen to in the car while I drive. I do this at home, but the downloads are only portable if you have an MP3 player. This would keep me entertained and happy while I commute.”

  • Plane tickets: these are great for those who have family overseas, or even on the other side of the country.

“What I would really like for Christmas this year is a family trip so that we could see our daughter and son-in-law this year. They are living in Kuwait which is way too far away for me.”

“I want 4 plane tickets; two to TX, and two to NY. I recently had friends move to both of those places and I will be unable to see them. I quit my job to take care of my grandmother so I will not be able to earn the money to buy the tickets myself. Christmas is meant to be with those you care about, and I would love to go visit over the holiday season.”

As you can see, some of the hottest gifts this holiday season are not necessarily those you’d think about. Are you listening to your family and friends? Your Christmas gifts this year will be more meaningful if you only take a little time to think about the recipients. Make it the Best Christmas Ever!

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