December 16, 2007

Gift Ideas

I hope that folks have started the task of shopping for holiday gifts. I have in fact only purchased three gifts so far. I have my work cut out for me this coming week. Having said that, my only fashion advise this week is dress warm, the elements in New England are not cooperating with us. Cold weather is ahead for the upcoming week. I am feeling a little punch-drunk this week after the big Eileen Fisher end of season/holiday sale and all the snow shovelling over the last few days. I thought you might like something on the lighter side. Maybe it will give you a gift idea or two for your shopping days ahead.

Dear Saint Nick,

I hope that this letter finds you and the Mrs. well and resting up for your big trip. I know that I am a bit advanced of age to be writing, however my wish list must not go unfulfilled this year. Share this list of my favorite things with the masses as I know that there are plenty of gift ideas here for everyone in the Boston area. Hope that the climate at the North Pole is conducive to your December 24th trip and intense delivery schedule. Did I mention that Monday 12/24 is also my birthday…?

Be safe traveling, bless yourself! (A Nancy Morris ‘ism’)

Your friend,
Lisa Ann

(In no particular order)

Club Monaco gift card gift card Boden USA
Everything by Alexis Bittar NY 212-625-8340
Aveda products
L’Occitane Neroli Eau de Parfum
Lily McNeal cashmere
Dinner at Chiara Restaurant, Westwood, MA
Vintage apparel by Project Alabama
Soaps from Lush
Cristalino Brut Cava (Spain) to be sipped on New Year's Eve
Soup lunch from Panera Bread delivered to work!
Kiehl’s bath and body products
A white nail manicure by Kim at M.T. Nails in West Newton
(OPI Nail Lacquer in Fit for a Queensland)
A gift certificate for a hot stone massage at The Abbott Center in Westwood, MA
The book- A Year in Provence by Peter Mayle
Dinner date at the new restaurant Summer Winter in Burlington, MA

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Dont' you think you are a little too old to be asking for christmas presents like a little girl. Obviously someone is lacking in a life! First of all I find it utterly appalling to be asking for such expensive, designer gifts. I know you probably can't afford to buy them yourself so you find it necessary to stoop so low as to desperatly post your wishlist on your little blog site. Well I hope you get everything you deserve. I'll be looking at your blog later to see if you are still begging.

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