Loretta A. Ragsdell asks:
“I’m going to spend about $200 total. I have 14 grandchildren, and I’m going to spend about a total of $200. I’m going to buy a lot of little stuff, and it will add up.”
“Nothing! I’m not going to spend anything on Christmas. I’m not buying a damn thing!”
“I have to buy for me and my kids and two people in my family, so I have to buy for about five people. I plan on spending about $200-$300 this year. I have already started shopping a little bit.”
“I am going to spend maybe $60. I’m going to buy for one person, my grandbaby. I have got five boys, and I am not buying them nothing. They just don’t deserve nothing, so I’m not buying them nothing because they are big kids now and they don’t deserve it. They are too grown. They don’t listen, and I’m not going to spend my hard-earned money that I work hard for on ungrateful kids anymore. The youngest ones are 13 and 14.”
“Well, I’ve got 13 brothers and sisters and 18 nieces and nephews, so you do the math. I’m going to buy everyone something. It’s going to be small, but everybody’s going to get something. I’m going to shop cheap, but it don’t matter so long as everybody gets something.”
“I plan on spending no more than $600. I’ve got three kids, and that’s all I’m buying for. That’s it. That’s all. I’m going to start shopping tomorrow. I’m not going to buy no games, no toys. I’m going to mainly buy clothes.