Sunday, November 28, 2010

Christmas wish list

Now that things are starting to look like fall around here

and the long weekend is over

and the turkey is all gone (or will be after I make turkey pot pies for dinner tonight)

it's time to move on to Christmas =)

we bought a Christmas tree that was almost longer than our car and received many strange looks from the locals (some children even pointed and laughed and grown adults almost got ran over/feel off their bikes because they were distracted by our strange American year, I'm taking a video of all the gawkers!)

put out the few decorations we do have (the beautiful flowers were a hostess gift for Thanksgiving.  thanks Melissa!)

and purchased and wrapped all of our gifts to send back to the states =)

As for me, a few things I wouldn't mind seeing under my Christmas tree this year:

3. a flash for my camera

4. this FABULOUS necklace (with the diamond moved to the lower left corner)

5. since my computer is on it's last leg, a MacBook


d.a.r. said...

Love that first picture, so neat!!

And yes. Macbooks are the best! Hope Santa is kind to you :)

SLM said...

I just saw those necklaces last week...and I thought Oxford was in the perfect spot for the stone!! lol :-)

Michelle A'etonu said...

great wish list! just wanted to let you know that I tried your turkey recipe and it was FANTASTIC. My first turkey was a hit! Definitely using this recipe from here on out, so thanks!

Jes Gwozdz said...

Ooh, thanks for the link to those necklaces. I totally want an Illinois one!

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