When I was young Hanukah was a holiday for children only. Our family never celebrated adult Hanukah. Mother and I exchange Hanukah gifts (normally we wait until Christmas day only as a convenience to both of us so that we have as much shopping time as possible). However, Hanukah is now more popular and there are a lot more fun things to buy to help celebrate the holiday. Costco has a wonderful selection of gold coin candy and many local stores have candles and menorahs too. Hanukah starts in a few days and I am ready?? How do you celebrate??
I am a 50 something who loves all things preppy. I love canvas totes, preppy stationery, duckshoes, preppy jewelry, and cashmere. My dorm rooms were decorated in Lilly from head to toe!!! Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
I went to college in upstate New York and got my B.A. in preppiness. I worked in New York City for many years as a retail executive. . I hope that you will join me in my travels in the pursuit of preppy items.