Whose sweater is the ugliest? Answers on our Facebook page please! Memorial Insurance will be closed on December 24 (Christmas Eve), December 25 (Christmas Day), and December 31 (New Year’s Eve). We will be open as usual on December 26 through December 28. A very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our clients!
On Friday, Memorial Insurance had our annual Christmas party at the superb Seasons 52 restaurant in the City Centre. A great time was had by all! Thank you to Mayra Reyes for arranging everything. Back row from left to right: Jacquelyn, Katrina, Sandra, Justin and Dominic. Front row: Mayra, Marcella, Brenda and Stephanie.
The most wonderful time of the year is also one of the most dangerous! Keep an extra close eye on the following sources of holiday woe…..
- FIRE, FIRE EVERYWHERE! Even Texas can get cold in winter, so make sure your seldom-used woodstove or furnace is well-maintained. Keep flammable objects such as clothing, Christmas decorations, cats and children well away! Candles and drapes do not go well together so be sure to NEVER leave naked flames unattended.
- ELECTRICAL DISASTERS Christmas is the season for wannabe electricians to practice their skills with the Christmas lights. Avoid the chance of electrical fires by checking for frayed wires or corroded sockets, and do not overload your outlets or extension cords. Save money on your electricity bill and further reduce the chance of a fire by switching off your Christmas lights at night.
- KITCHEN CATASTROPHES More people in the house means more traffic in the kitchen, and a higher chance that your big bubbling pot of boiling liquid could end up getting knocked off the stove top and give someone a Christmas they will never forget. Keep children, guests and pets out of the kitchen while the cooking is happening!
- WRECKS Multi-tasking much at Christmas? The roads are busy, the weather can be bad, and people are racing around to beat Christmas deadlines. Allow extra time and don’t be tempted to text and drive!
- BOOZE Did you know you could be held liable in court if you allow an intoxicated person to drive home from your Christmas party? The solution: offer a rideshare service such as Uber, or make up the spare bedroom – it is much better for your inebriated guest to crash there and NOT on the highway!