Christmas Gift Awards for 2010
We’ve had our Christmas gifts for a couple of weeks now, so I thought it might be time I share with you some of my favorites.** I mentioned in the last post that we are absolutely spoiled so don’t get all up in arms that my family so totally rocks more than yours, you’ve been warned.
|Over Thanksgiving Vacation I witnessed my sister-in-law make the
most round, tasty homemade pancakes I had ever seen. I asked her
what her secret was, considering my pancakes typically turn out like some
sort of half-raw-scrambled-pancake-gunk, and she told me if you use one
of these skillets that pancake-making is super easy. Being the smart &
totally rocking family that they are, my dad, step-mom and sister (Morgan)
bought us this small electric skillet. Guess I’ll make them some pancakes
next time they are in town! Seriously the 1st round pancake I’ve ever made.
|Gift card for a deep tissue massage from my amazing catch of a husband.
Need I say more?
|This is seriously the cutest, most functional purse
I have ever owned. A gift from my mom, her husband
and my little sister (Madison) that I’m lucky my mom
didn’t steal while I was recovering from an egg-nog stupor.
She got it from BagDuJour, a freakin’ sweet Etsy seller,
so it’s hand made! Plus, being a (low-key) Etsy seller myself, I
always like to support the small businesses over there!
|Even though my handsome husband really hates writing notes, he
knows how happy they make me. As I mentioned before, Christmas Cards
are one of my favorite parts of the holiday season. So, I’m always ecstatic
to see what card he picks out and to read the note he writes in it.
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