Christmas WishlistWednesday, December 03, 2014
I know that my birthday just happened along with THANKSgiving, a holiday dedicated solely to giving thanks and gratitude for what we already have, so posting a Christmas wishlist may seem greedy but I can't help the holiday arrangement.
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1. Sonoma Plush Robe Wrap in Gray Sheep from Kohl's
2. Lulu Guinness Bubbles Frame Satchel from JCPenney
3. Lulu Guinness Sweet Pincher Satchel from JCPenney
4. Sugar Paper 2015 Planner from Target
5. Keds Champion Wool Sneaker in Grey from American Eagle
6. Threshold Carson 5 Shelf Bookcase in Espresso from Target
I don't even really know when I'd use those purses but they are SO CUTE. The planner I'm going to buy either way because I seriously need another one, both for my work hours and for just jotting random things down. The shoes are wool and nothing says cold like some wool shoes. It's also just gotten chilly here again. We went from the upper 70s to about the mid 50s and the colder it gets the more that robe is screaming my name and telling me to stay in bed...just...a...little...longer.
But the thing I most want is that bookcase! At my parent's house I had a built-in bookcase. And it's full. It's actually so full that I have books behind books...behind books. I know that this bookcase wouldn't be able to hold them all (and I might actually have to part with some older books) but I really need a case to display and keep all of them organized.
|And since this isn't happening anytime soon...|
It seems like the older I get the more I want house and/or kitchen stuff. You have no idea how much I love my dutch oven that my parents bought me. And I lovelovelove the Keurig. I never made coffee at home because John doesn't drink it and I never wanted to bother making a pot just for me. But this heavenly device is the perfect accessory to our kitchen. It has been getting daily use.
As for everyone else on my Christmas list - I'm slowly chipping away at it. I tend to make a general list and then scout around. John and my parents and brother are easy because we always choose our own gifts and use them waaaay before Christmas even comes around. (We're not patient people.) But there are few others that I get to shop and surprise which I always look forward to.
So, what's on your wishlist?