QUESTION OF THE MONTH • BY JULIE WIATT
Here are some answers to the question of the month.
Leave your answer below.
Jim Dougherty (with Seneca): “What I’d like to give is peace and calm to my grandchildren and my children, and knowledge and wisdom. What I’d like to receive is: I’d like to see them succeed at that.”
Ed Levy: “In both cases, travel with my wife. And we’re planning to take a trip next year to places we haven’t been.
William Laster: “Happiness.” Asherah Wilowe: “Love.” James Ross: “Peace.”
Eli Ripken: “I’d like to give Legos and I’d like to get Legos. Another thing I want is a great new year.”
Lisa Ripken: “Of all the things I have here, I’d give the gift of love and time. I’d like to get the same — joy, time, fun, laughter, love. At the final hour on Christmas Eve, I get together my donations for Children’s Hospital. It’s a pleasurable thing for me. It’s when I feel the most peace.”
Qadeera Adhyaya: “What would I like to get? Nothing physical . . . connecting with community. What I’d like to give is compassion.”
Hannah Dougherty:“I’m hoping to not get anything because we just bought a new house. Well, maybe I’d like a new kitchen. A gift I’ll enjoy giving is we’re making baked goods for the crossing guards.”
Caio Dougherty:“A train. A real train. A Wabash Cannonball. And I’d give Santa a hug.”
What would you like to give and receive? Leave your answer below.