Sunday, December 12, 2010

Christmas Listing

I haven't posted in quite a while, it's on my Christmas To Do list. It's just below fulfilling my boys wish lists.

#1-- I'm just happy to be serving the Lord. Ahhhhhh!
#2-- Just a couple books about transcendentalism and spiritual quantum physics. Uhhhh!
#3--A girl. Ummmm...
#4--A mixer board. Whaaa?
#5--A helicopter with a remote control crane and eye. Sheesh!!
#6--A Rip Stick. Hmmm... (I think I was supposed to be riding one of those this year.)
#7--A pot of gold. Riiiiiiight!
#8--I don't know. Grrrrr!

So as soon as I get done checking out the army surplus store for a helicopter and catching that Leprechaun....


Mummy McTavish said...

Other than #1, I think #2 has made the easy request there... who'd have thought that would be the easy one? I'll let you know if I find any leprechauns... with all the rain there's been a lot of rainbow around here, something might turn up.

Barbaloot said...

#2 looks the easiest...and the weirdest:)

Good luck!

Kristina P. said...

Maybe you could get a girl on the black market. All Lifetime Movie-like.

Just Us said...

I quit asking. I just give what I think they want/need, and what I can afford. If they don't like it, well, they can't complain because it was a free gift! Good luck Christmas shopping!

Cori Ann said...

My motto is "You get what you get, and you don't throw a fit!" That is some crazy stuff that you're gonna need to come up with. Good luck with all that. :)

Suz said...

I bet my hubby has those books on his bookshelf among many other intelectual books.

What has happened to legos and bionicles?



Anonymous said...

My oldest son asked for Adam Smith's book about the wealth of nations. I love book stocking stuffers! One of the boys writes the Santa letter - thankfully the one writing it talked the youngest off the ledge of theat $400 LEGO set! Whew! At least he didn't ask for a leprechauns!

My 4th son has the motto "Dont' ask for a bunch of things, just one or 2 and Santa brings you what you want."

They've all been so easy this year - and fairly inexpensive - well, except for the LEGO boy - who decided on a LEGO much less expensive

Marry Christmas!

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