Ahhhh. Christmas is upon us. Christmas music galore blasting from every speaker. A “jolly” Santa Claus in every mall. Nativity scenes gracing every Church interior and exterior (as well as many homes in my neighborhood). Oh! How could I forget? Presents!
I was that child that made it EXPLICITLY CLEAR what I wanted for Christmas. It was always the latest doll. And not only did I mention the doll every chance I got, I created scenarios. For example, my mother asked about my day in Kindergarten and I replied, “Well, it was good. We learned how to make flowers using pipe cleaners and tissue paper. I’m going to make extra so when Baby Heather comes home, I can put it in her crib so she can smell something nice every morning.” See what I did there?
These days, rather than a letter to Santa, I provide my family with a wish list because they need help and direction.
I love Monty Python and laugh until I cry each time I watch Monty Python and the Holy Grail and The Life of Brian. Therefore, it makes sense that I would want the Limited Edition Catapult Gift Set!
I’ve used this insult in the past. (via youtube.com)
Of course, I need the Funkos! (There are many Funkos on my list!)
I need Tim and the French Taunter!
It’s no secret that I’m a Potterhead and that I love to bake. I definitely need these cookie cutters for when I make my favorite sugar cookies. What better way to enjoy them than with a fresh mug of butterbeer in this adorable mug? (More mugs here.)
With all the unavoidable stress that comes with the Holidays, I tend to mutter “Serenity Now!” throughout the day. I need this shirt.
And, if at all possible, this:
What are some of the fun and must-have items on your wish list?
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