No, I'm not procrastinating, I'm thinking ahead. My husband and I decided not to buy Christmas presents for each other this year for the sake of saving money and all that jazz, but I've thought of a few things I want for next year. I'm really not all that greedy or materialistic (or so I'd like you to think), but I have found a few things on the internet lately...
First of all, I think I want one of these.
And also, this thing right here.
And here's yet another annoying link
to a thing I want.
You must be really bored if you're still clicking on these links, but fine, I also would enjoy this thing here.
And one more...right here.
Oh! I can't forget this one little last thing.
What d'ya know? It looks like I'm interested in opening an old-timey general store. Maybe I should. At the very least, I want the phone booth. I could hide in there with my cell phone when the kids are loud.
I suppose the thing I want the most for next Christmas (besides peace on earth--that's a given). I want to be quite a bit smaller (but not in height) and healthier than I am now. I think I may have to supply that gift myself.
Think of how well I'll fit in that phone booth!
P.S. The idea for that picture came to me a few weeks ago while I was driving alone in my van. I laughed out loud (that's "lol" for you internet-savvy folks) for about five minutes. Now that I'm not on cold medicine, and I realize that it isn't nearly as funny as I thought, I still laugh because of how much I laughed before.
(Those of you not familiar with contemporary Christmas tunes, you'll be extra confused by the picture. That's OK.)