I want two new CDs:
One with mushy songs:
“God didn’t make little green apples and it don’t rain in Indianapolis in the summertime”
“I’m the Happiest Girl in the Whole USA”
“I Just Called to Say I Love You”
“I’d Have to Be Crazy” by Willie Nelson
She Doesn’t Know She’s Beautiful by Sammy Kershaw
Ocean Front Property by George Strait
Kiss an Angel Good Morning by Charlie Pride
Love Will Keep Together by Captain and Tenille
Only One You by TG Shepard
One with funny or marching songs:
Who Let the Dogs Out
Purple People Eater
Mexican Joe by Jim Reeves
Billy Bayou by Jim Reeves
Battle of New Orleans by Johnny Horton
North to Alaska by Johnny Horton
I’m in Love with a Big Blue Frog by Peter, Paul, & Mary
The Kindle’s medieval pages added to my kindle, if it can be done without killing it. See Got Medieval.
DVD for Seasons 4 and 5 of Bones.
DVD for Season 6 of Xena: Warrior Princess (for work, but…)
Metaphors We Live By a book by Lakoff and Johnson. It looks like it might be fun to read.
Another panel of stained glass for the bay window. Something unusual with blues, about the size of the other one, which is 21 wide and 42 long. Maybe this or this or maybe this. Of those three, looking back, I like the last one the best.
I like this one, too. It’s a little short, but very colorful.
I also like this one, but it goes the wrong way for the side window of the bay. I guess someone could get me two and I could hang both.
This is one of my favorites, but it doesn’t “match” the other. Of course, it could go in the middle of the bay window and then it wouldn’t matter if it matched.
I also like the first two on this page. I especially like the art nouveau, but it does not match my color scheme at all… Maybe for hanging in my bathroom window to obscure it? Nah, not the colors there either, though I still like it.
This one is in my colors and I like it very much, even though it is an abstract and not a picture.
These are for work, so I’m not sure they count for Christmas, but…
Beowulf: The Movie Board Game and someone to play it with me.
Beowulf: The Legend and someone to play it with me. Note: This is not the same as the game above, even though they were both created by the same person.