- Tin cups. A good tin cup should be large enough to hold a couple dozen pencils, enough to last through a whole day on a street corner.
- Wooden crates. These should be of a size to paint "Apples 5¢" across in letters big enough to be read from the next steam grate over.
- Used appliance boxes. While singles and young couples can probably get by with the box from a stove or dishwasher, families with children will appreciate one of the larger ones used to ship refrigerators, as the kids can have their own end of the box.
Monday, December 21, 2009
Have a very Congressional Christmas!
The President wants a health care bill for Christmas, and it looks like Santa thinks he's been a good boy this year. Thanks to Aunt Nancy and Uncle Harry, here are some of 2009's hottest holiday gifts for the rest of us little people: