Josie Bissett quote

"Id have to say, for me, as a child, my favorite memories were always centered around Christmas time. It always seemed like no matter how much money my parents had or didnt have, we got completely spoiled rotten. There were always presents under the tree, and we always did special things, like hide elves around the house."

Josie Bissett

Born: October 5, 1970

Occupation: Actress

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