1. Canon EOS Rebel T3. I want this baby sooo bad. I just got a camera last Christmas but I am ready to make the leap to SLR photo imaging. I see it as a necessary work expense :)
2. Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer. A MUST for any foodie worth their salt. (see what I did there? Lol. I crack myself up.) I have coveted this beautiful piece of kitchen gadgetry for years and never had the space to house it nor the culinary wherewithal to use it. Well, I do now. Purple Please :)
3. The next book in the Sookie Stackhouse series: Dead Reckoning. I started reading this series about 7 years ago. I loved it immediately. Then my dreams came true and HBO created a series based on the books; True Blood. Which I also love. I usually try and hold out until the paperback is published but I don't know if I can do that this time.
4. Marc by Marc Jacobs Pedal to the Metal Flap Pouchette. I know this is a last season bag but I LOVE it and I want it sooooo badly. I have put off buying a number of other teeny bags in hopes that this one would magically show up on my doorstep. Alas, it has yet to happen.
5. Ipod Classic. I cannot for the life of me find my Nano :( I just got it a year and a half ago but have lost it in the move. Now that I have become a gym rat/fitness junkie, I really need it. No fancy touch for me. I like the classic. I wouldn't mind the new tiny Nano either. As long as I also got a cool wrist band to put it in :)
6. Cricut Cuttlebug. My creativity is stifled without a Cuttlebug. I sometimes have to stop the tears from falling on my crafts as I think of all the great things I could be making if only I had a Cuttlebug...
And last but certainly not least:
7. A wee babby goat or chicken or pig for a family in need. Every year, I buy an animal for a community in need through World Vision's Gift Catalogue. You can also purchase school supplies, medical supplies, agricultural items and more. I have purchased gifts in other people's names and it always makes the holidays mean just a little bit more :) Visit the World Vision Gift Catalogue Here
What's on your Christmas list this year?