Wish List 2010

Last year my Imaginary Christmas List turned out to be pretty real. So maybe I’ll make that kind of magic happen again this year?

Alright, I still want one of these from Margaret and Walter even though I haven’t figured out what I will use it for, even after a year.

And since I lost my wallet, I really do need a replacement. Why not something adorable?

My qualm: this is obviously too cute and I will destroy it. Gussy, would you consider sewing up some little purses for us who abuse our purses and handbags? Something in canvas, perhaps? P.S. I don’t think we met, but we went to college together. I figured this out by recognizing a picture of your husband on your blog. Awkward/Amazing. Fire up Chips!

Aaaaaand anyone want to buy me these?

No takers? Nobody? Ignore the price tag: I assure you, I’m worth it.

I’m asking my parents for a lunchbox. I am lame.

The Amazon Wishlist has been properly updated. Maybe I’ll see a few of these under the tree.

And… well… I’m currently iPod-less. Which is a sad state to be in.

I wouldn’t be opposed to an upgrade, if anyone was feeling particularly generous.

 

But I’m totally satisfied with a good old mini. I promise!

And with that list, I thought I found every last thing I could ever want. I really did. But then I chanced upon the Shabby Apple jewelry page.

Want. Want. Want.

Especially that one in the middle.

They texted me a coupon code, in case anyone’s secretly shopping for me *cough* Lance *cough*. Just enter “sparkle” when you check out.

If you want to, that is.

No pressure.

I mean, surely I will buy YOU something nice, too.

Although I don’t know what, exactly, that is yet…

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4 Comments to “Wish List 2010”

  1. New to reading your blog and just wanted to comment! LOVED “Room.” I thought it was fabulous. I’m doing a MS in Speech Path and found a lot of the behaviors of the little guy to be especially interesting. I thought she did a good job with the book.
    I love reading your posts about grad school. I’m just finishing up a rigorous program and can completely relate in some cases (I’m almost done! Another week!)

    • Thanks for stopping by! šŸ™‚ I’ve heard so much buzz about this book, but I must have got on the train late because I’m number 200-something on my library’s hold list. So here’s hoping it’s under the tree so I can read it before 2012!

  2. I am not father, but his information was in the boxes so I thought I’d keep it that way.

    I asked for a lunch box too. We = lame?

    -Betsy

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