Show Notes for Thursday, November 26, 2020


Dear John,

Our family has a facebook group where we share “family things” and stay informed on what everyone is up to. Last week my youngest sister posted in the group that she wants to skip Christmas presents for one another this year. She lost her job a few months ago. She and her husband are getting buy, but she didn't want the pressure of getting gifts this year. I asked my older sister if she would like to be a secret Santa with me to buy them some things anyway. My older sister told me that was a bad idea, since she specifically said she didn't want that! Should I still get something with no expectations of a gift in return? I think that's what makes the most sense. What do you think?

Signed – Sad Sister

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