Christmas is the season for giving lots of wonderful presents, love, and joy. When my daughters were little and we didn't have much money, we'd make each other "love presents" for Christmas. These love presents consisted of notes we'd write to one another, offering something we could give during the year.
My daughters would write me notes like, "I promise to give you a
big hug when you're sad," or "I promise to clean my room when you ask," stuff like that. And they made me amazing things out of paper. Jennifer made me a beautiful house out of notebook paper and tape. She even made a paper garden with flowers to go in front of the house, complete with a little paper hose to water the garden. Jaime drew me a picture of herself, surrounded by red paper hearts which said "I Love You" and a colored frame.
It doesn't have to cost anything to give a present that gives all year round. This is why they're called love presents--because they come from the heart and show that you care. There is a present you can give every single day that is filled with love and joy both for yourself and for the person who receives it. It won't cost you anything but a few seconds of your time every day.
Here's a love present you can give to someone you've never met that will put the spirit of Christmas into their heart all year long. Put this badge from The Hunger Site on your blog where you and visitors to your blog can click it every day. Every click helps to feed a hungry person.