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wandering day

I started my "xmas" shopping today, but bought more for myself than for other people. I also noticed that I'm starting to gift like my grandma--buying myself a copy of things I'm giving to other people.

Of course, if everyone who wanted me to buy something for them would make an Amazon wishlist, things would be much easier.

I don't know if I'll be finished with everything before I go back to Michigan. I'd hoped to send it all to avoid taking it on the plane, especially since I'm going to be taking my snowboard and other gear home with me.

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okayyyyy

Re: okayyyyy

thank you for your cooperation.
I almost bought you a tee shirt today that said something about snowboarding. But now I can't even remember where it was that I saw it. It just reminded me of you . . .
I almost bought you a tee shirt today that said something about snowboarding. But now I can't even remember where it was that I saw it. It just reminded me of you . . .

All hail the Amazon.com wishlist

I must agree that the Amazon.com wishlist is one of the greatest inventions ever, ranking right up there with fire, the wheel, and of course, sliced bread. Even if I wasn't going to purchase anything for you, it's always good to be updated on your friend's book, music, and movie tastes (even if I don't know half of your music interests ... at least I know you still love Buffy!). I also found it interesting that you and Brad share a current interest in J.D. Salinger, as the last two books he purchased are: 23. Nine Stories and 24. Franny & Zooey. Perhaps I can arrange for you to borrow them if he is finished -- it's almost a gift :) And definitely a good use of the Amazon.com wishlist without fully supporting the consumer capitalistic holiday known as X-mas.