My experiences with white elephant exchanges have not been very pleasant...I'm so glad you had a such a good time!
We will be playing a gifting game where you either take a gift from the table or you may select a gift from someone that has already opened theirs. That can be fun but risky, sometime. Christmas blessingsQMM
It does look like you had such a good time at the white elephant exchange at your party, Judy. I imagine everyone has to be in good spirits and understand all the humor behind the gifts.
Mennonites and guns? What a blast...I'm so glad you did not show the rest of the photos...Whew!
He looks a bit too tickled with that gun, doesn't he?! :D
It's SO good to laugh like that - adds years to one's life!
White elephant gift exchanges are the best. T saves odds and sodds. ..just in case he is invited to participate in one. I'm so glad you had such a great evening.
I dont think I have heard of white elephant exchanges before so I am not quite sure what they are but it looks like you had a lot of fun!
Lindsey...in a 'white elephant' gift exchange everyone brings an item that they have no use for (a good way to re-gift). All gifts are nicely wrapped and placed on a gift table. All participants have a number and can choose a gift from the table when their # is called...and then unwrap it. Or they may choose a gift someone else has already unwrapped. Many of the gifts are quite humourous and we have a lot of fun with this game.
What a friends and family filled times you are having this year! So happy for you that all of the gatherings were with happy and healthy people that share their joy.
What a great picture. It looks like a fun time was had by all.
Good pun, Marg (Blast!)...and now I want to see the other photos!!! Just another crazy menno'night' in the valley!
Now that's a white elephant gift my guys would fight over. Love that happy face!!
Laughter truly is the best medicine!
You do have to have a bunch of good sports to have fun with this game! Glad you enjoyed yourselves and no one got blasted!
'The ornament of a house is the friends who frequent it.' ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson