A Few of Our Favorite Things

In the course of daily business
life, Outlook magazine is honored to also share in the personal lives of our
clients and colleagues. Enjoy a heartwarming glimpse into the traditions and
nostalgic moments that create holiday memories for the hardworking families who
bring you, our valued Outlook readers, the products and services you love.

Presents“Growing up, my family had a
Christmas tradition that we didn’t put names on our gifts to each other. We
would just wrote something like “To: ABC from Dad” so we didn’t know whose
gifts were whose…just had to remember your own codes. As we got older, my
parents would make us wrap our own presents from them—until my dad realized
that I was sticking my hand in the box to see if I could figure out what I was
getting. I stopped that when he gave me jumper cables. I had no idea what they

—Mille Shores, Millie’s Table

“I always look forward to mashed
potatoes & sweet potato casserole! I also love shopping for my nieces,
nephews and cousins—make