Thought this one was appropriate, especially on an icy day like today!! Good luck getting those tickets! :)
I love anything that has to do with Nashville, especially when the product is made locally!
These little bars of soap are "all natural vegetarian handcrafted soaps" made in Nashville and they run $6 a pop. They'd make the perfect "little something" for any country music fan this holiday! You can also put one in your guest bathroom when you have friends or relatives coming to town! The names are hiliarious! Check out Music City Suds HERE!
The Radio City Christmas Spectacular at the Opry House is a MUST SEE! The stage sets are so colorful and magical. The Rockettes are PHENOMENAL!! Listen to win at 11:10 every day this week! Here's your hint for MONDAY! :)
Question: What is the height requirement in order to be a Rockette?
Answer: Between 5’6” and 5’10 ½”
615-737-9800!! Hope to hear from you!
Thank you to our friends at YAHOO for these tips!!!
1. Make note of shipping dates. Go to the post office website and check to see what the last date for shipping is. If you wait too long, you may have to choose the overnight shipping method.
2. Take extra precautions for fragile items. Try using some sort of packing material so that the present does not move around in the shipping box. Also have the person, at the post office, stamp the package several times with a stamp that says fragile.
3. No packing peanut? Use plastic grocery bags. You know you have thousands of those plastic grocery bags lying around my house. Stuff them around the Christmas present to ensure that it won't move around in the box. Plus it's a great way to get rid of all those bags.
4. Ship breakables separately. When you are shipping fragile Christmas presents, do not put them in the same shipping box as a large/heavy Christmas present. It may cost a little bit more to ship two packages, but your gift recipient will not receive a broken Christmas present; so it's worth it.
5. Wrap large boxes in mailing or wrapping paper. When shipping a Christmas present that is in a large box, it's best just to wrap the box in mailing paper (found at Walmart) or in wrapping paper. This is so much easier than trying to find a large shipping box.
6. Wrap shipping boxes. If you have several small Christmas presents, wrap them and then wrap the shipping box as well. Just be sure to put tape around the wrapping paper or the shipping label may get ripped off.
7. Use the fastest shipping available when sending edible Christmas presents. If you are sending edible Christmas presents, you'll want to use the fastest shipping available so that the items are still nice and tasty when they arrive.
8. Securely wrap gift baskets. When shipping gift baskets, you need to make sure the items are secure in the basket, or they could end up all over the box. After placing the items in the basket, you may want to use tape to secure the items or you may just want to wrap the gift basket in cellophane, making sure to tightly secure the cellophane around the basket and items. Once the gift basket is wrapped, place it in the box and surround it will lots of packing material so that if the items do come out of the basket, they won't move around too much.
9. Add holiday stamps to envelopes. You may just be sending gift cards this Christmas. To make the Christmas present more special, add some pretty Christmas stamps to the envelopes. Also put the gift cards inside of a nice Christmas card.
10. Let the recipient know the Christmas presents are coming. Last, but not least, call your gift recipients and tell them their Christmas presents are on the way. This way they can be home to sign for it, if need be.