...is for people to just get me what I ask for.
CN and MJ have both asked for ideas about what to get me for Christmas.
So I rattle off my list:
*a gift certificate to one of the following places:
-- Best Buy (I want to get a big, fat iPod)
-- Lowe's or Home Depot
-- Z Gallerie (LOVE their stuff)
-- Bed, Bath & Beyond
-- Victoria's Secret (I need new bras)
*Christmas decorations (I will never buy them myself! Not when I could buy more shoes! Duh!)
* Jewelry from Banana Republic (I adore about 95% of all their jewelry) or this one line at Dillard's that I like
* this kick ass wallet I want in my favorite color (it is more money than I'd spend on myself)
* anything related to Indiana University (tshirts, sweatshirts, etc)
* some of my favorite coffee from Jittery Joe's (again, I would never spend this much on coffee for myself)
"Those are all lame. I will come up with something better."
"MJ's right. You have totally lame ideas."
WTF, people??! Last time I checked, I think I know what I want for Christmas.
Maybe they are just trying to trick me. Throw me off so I don't assume I'm getting something from my list.
Or maybe they are just hatin' because I finished the majority of my Christmas shopping before Thanksgiving. :)
Luckily, my siblings have no problem with my list. They are obedient givers, who appreciate the simplicity of what I ask for. So I am expecting lots of gift cards. Yippee!!!!
Whoever said it is better to give than to receive must have had friends who didn't accept their wishlist.