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Tuesday, 2 December 2008

Christmas For The Children at JaneoJewels

Christmas is a time to appreciate our children and teach them our values and the way we want them to live their lives. In some countries poverty is so intense parents have a difficult time sharing expensive gifts like jewellery with their children at Christmas time.

We in the west are fortunate to have the means to express our gratitude and appreciation to our loved ones by giving them the gift of fine jewellery with Swarovski Crystals, Sapphires, especially in bracelets.

This year, make it a point to save your money for the poor at Christmas and invest in fineSwarovski crystal jewellery bracelets at Janeo. That’s a novel idea.

We want to encourage you to sign up for a second chance to win one of our valuable prizes during the 25 chances to win. All you have to do is post a comment on this topic today and you’ll be entered a second time to win the prize drawing for that day. You’ll have 25 chances to win.

1st December Winners are: VICTORIA WILSON and LIEN SPEIRS(Stirlingshire)

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  • At 2 December 2008 at 20:49 , Anonymous Victoria Wilson said...

    My 8 year old daughter recognises that she is more fortunate than others and has asked if we can give a present to somebody who might not get one so she has sent a present to a child in care via the Pocketful of Presents appeal. She even offered her own pocket money to pay for it (which of course I didn't accept)!! We're now going to ensure we do the same every year.

     
  • At 2 December 2008 at 21:31 , Blogger Alison said...

    I found this to be a very poignant message, as today we've been discussing with our children the importance of thinking of others with a lot less than ourselves as they dream up their list of Christmas wishes.

     
  • At 3 December 2008 at 03:43 , Anonymous aisha said...

    very good initiative. i'm from mauritius island and their are many many really poor people here.

     
  • At 3 December 2008 at 15:13 , Anonymous Nicki said...

    At the school I once went to and now work in all the children bring in a show box full of gifts which is then sent to third world countries. When I was there we filled out boxes with crayons and colouring books, now it's unbelievable how much jewellary gets crammed in!

     
  • At 3 December 2008 at 21:19 , Anonymous AliT said...

    Although it's not a tradition specific to either my native home (USA) or my adopted one (UK), I think the best Christmas I ever had was one in which my family spent a good part of the day at a local hall preparing and serving dinner to people who had no-one else to spend the day with. By the time we got home to our own Christmas meal, we didn't actually get around to opening our presents until Boxing Day. Not sure I'd get away with that now, as the children are 4, 8, 9 & 11, but I'd love to find a way for them to have a similar experience.

     

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