My family has accused me of having a very boring Christmas list. I can’t help it, I’m practical.
What is on your list?
I got new speakers for my computer for Hanukkah. Otherwise, I’m probably getting clothes. Everything I really want is intangible.
We don’t exchange presents. The girls usually make donations to our favorite local charities in our names. This year, they gave me an iPad when I broke my arm, and called that an early Xmas present.
Already got it…an iPad…and I didn’t even know it was on my list!
Slippers, a flag pole holder for my Marquette flag, silver dangle earrings, and tickets to Greece.
Practical wishes – like having the drippy kitchen faucet fixed and getting the carpet cleaned.
Nothing on my list. My religion does not allow it.
You may have heard of my religion. “The holy cheepos”.
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