Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Goliath, Oct 20, 2010.
The Godfather (all 3 movies) dvd set.
Gas for the car.
Meds and groceries for me.
Looking into getting the family truckster's windows tinted before the triple digit temps get started. Also need to order a dashmat.
Groceries for the belly and black earth for the garden.
More groceries and snacks for the Memorial Day weekend.
$20 for parking all day downtown, $40 for breakfast for me and my friend.
A few snacks and grocery items for Memorial Day.
Some fruit, grape juices and a bunch of Ben & Jerry's Peanut Butter Cup ice-creams... basically just the kind of thing one feels like when grocery-shopping on a really warm day
I just ordered a Princess Diana Franklin Mint nude doll. I am really looking forward to getting her and dressing her up!
Another shirt at Coldwater Creek.
A hardcover 3 book compilation of "Carrie", "Salem's Lot", and "The Shining". My old paperbacks had broken spines and were losing their pages. This single volume looks much nicer on the shelf!
Keurig coffee pods.
A moon amulet. I'm not Wiccan, I'm agnostic, but I really like the design of this, and I love the Moon. From what I was told, it represents wisdom, but regardless, I really like it. It's made from pewter, so should be easy to keep clean.
Here's what it looks like:
I only paid $3 for it, so I was very pleased.
Yeah sometimes I see something that appeals on a certain aesthetic level. You make it important to you, any associations it comes with don't have to be part of that.
What really sold me on it, overall, was that it came with a fully adjustable chain, which is something I need. Most amulets and necklaces come with a 16"/18" chain, and that's just too short for my neck.
Limited edition lithographic prints from Clive Barkers Books of blood numbered out of 1000. Just came in yesterday.
Perennial plant for the garden.
Yesterday was grocery day.
2 bottles of ink and a few broad nibs (I prefer them over pointed ones - the writing looks much better; takes a while to get used to them, though)
Separate names with a comma.