Is my two front teeth.
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Oh wait, I’ve got those already. So, um…here are some other things I dream about having.
THIS is pretty much the coolest mixer on the planet, from KitchenAid. I would finally be able to make French Macarons again, which I sorely miss. But, it will probably be 5 years before I could even think to afford this baby, so a wish it shall remain.
I adore this WALL SCONCE. I want like…ten of them, so I can put some in every room.
I’m fairly certain this SIGN was made just for me. I’ve been nerd since before nerd became chic, yo.
I want this LENS so bad! But it’s on my 10-year wish list, or far-out dream list, ha. Or maybe my win-the-lottery list.
And I would definitely have to win the lottery to get THIS bad boy wide angle lens. A girl can dream, though, right?
Realistically, a super cool CAMERA STRAP would be just fine with me, and I would finally stop misplacing my lens caps…and finding them in a child’s mouth.
This MARKET TOTE from Gussy Sews us just as sweet as can be, and the color scheme is perfect for my style and personality! I mean, who doesn’t love some ruffle in their life?
I would probably die to receive this BRACELET, seriously! For one, my husband would probably never think to get it for me, and two, well, two doesn’t really matter much, so I’ll stare lovingly from afar.
This PRINT and these SPICE TINS are far more likely to end up under my tree because they are closer to our budget, at least I hope (dunno our budget yet), and there is nothing wrong with that, because I totally adore the creativity of the print and the cool factor of the magnetic tins. Can anyone see me spending all day at the fridge playing with my spice magnets? I can! Ha!
Well, I don’t expect to find any of these things under my tree this year, but I do wish and dream for them. One of these days we’ll have enough means to afford it, and I’ll be able to teach Rudy how to buy them online without having to ask me how to do it (I love surprises, and asking me to help order stuff online just totally ruins it, right?)
In the meantime, we’ll be busy trying to scrounge up enough money to buy a gift or two for Afton’s birthday, which is in FIVE DAYS. I’m honestly very depressed about it, because if I could get her anything at all, I wouldn’t mind getting nothing for Christmas. And it all reminds me that if we can’t manage to get anything for Afton for her birthday, how are we going to manage something for all three girls for Christmas? Ugh.
I’d really love to get them some leg warmers and flash cards and preschool prep stuff (whatever that may be, I don’t even know!) and a bike. I do have stuff to make them little cross necklaces, which Rudy really wants them to have, being Catholic and all (I’m not, but it doesn’t bother me).
I adore Christmas, but all this stress really wrecks it for me, which is terrible, and sad, and blah. But at least 20 years from now, the only ones who will have to remember it are Rudy and I.