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Shoppers get in the Christmas spirit

Perhaps it's a melodious, upbeat voice that made many of these shoppers rejoice; made them eager, excited to spend that hard-earned money for that friend, loved one or their darling honey.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Perhaps it's a melodious, upbeat voice that made many of these shoppers rejoice; made them eager, excited to spend that hard-earned money for that friend, loved one or their darling honey.

"Women always like jewelry,” says Sean Dudley. “Jewelry makes them feel special so seeing her open that up and see that gleam in her eye, you know you did something right."

This last shopping weekend before Christmas day...

And when you're bombarded with huge crowds, you remember every year what every say: "Why did I start shopping so late?" For if I had done this earlier, I probably wouldn't have to wait.

"I really don’t have time to shop like I want to so it's always the last minute for me," Charles Brown says.

And then you know how it goes. When you start shopping, unfortunately, your personal list grows. You're supposed to shop for someone else but you end up getting things for yourself.

"Then you forget you're shopping for others,” Linda Luster says. “I come back to reality."

Then you remember if you show up empty-handed, without a gift, oh that will most definitely cause a rift.

But when you hear sweet sounds like this, it's really, really hard to miss.

That giving is the real reason--

Katelyn Crowson says, "They will know that you love them and care for them.

For this Yuletide season.

"It's better to give than to receive," Hannah Crowson says.

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