early present begging

Scribbled down on November 26th, 2007 by she
Posted in Random Burbling

It’s a few weeks until exams and only a few short weeks after that before I begin my next semester. Since I’ve started getting the standard “what do you want for Christmas” emails and phone calls from friends and family, I’m posting my wish list early this year.

  1. Gift certificates from Queen’s University Bookstore – so I can buy textbooks for my courses next semester
  2. Gift certificates from Chapters.ca – so I can buy textbooks for my courses next semester
  3. Gift certificates from Amazon.ca or Amazon.com – so I can buy textbooks for my courses next semester (do you see a trend here?)
  4. Tic Tac Silvers – I can’t buy them in Canada and haven’t yet found a supplier who will ship here. Perhaps one of my lovely US based friends or family can see their way to sending me some *hint hint*
  5. iTunes gift cards so I can load my iPod with things worth listening to while I’m writing papers or developing eLearning course sites.
  6. I’m part of the problem and I bring nothing to the table t-shirts from T-Shirt Hell. They’ve changed the style/colours in the past year, but beggars can’t be choosers. Warning, if you’re easily offended DON’T go to this site. The shirts are damn funny though!
  7. Charitable donations to any cause you feel appropriate. I’m always willing to forego gifts if you donate the money to a good cause. I recommend the Canadian Cancer Society, World Vision’s Alternate Gifts and Medecins Sans Frontiers/Doctors without Borders.

That’s it. Begging all done for the year. Now, how do I get the hubby to read (and remember) the list this year?

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