Well it has to be done and to be fair I have hung off
until October which given I had totally finished months and months ago the year
before is impressive and fairly reserved for me. Usually any bargain, offer, remotely interesting trinket gets
bought and nestled away for the big day!
I have been known to splurge on the boys, my parents were tutting and
sighing over the constant stream of parents they opened last year!
hubbie and I never even bought each other anything of note, sometimes we buy a
token chocolate bar just so the boys feel we get something. Our boys can be quite grabby in gift shops
wherever we go; they want that, this and something else. You leave having had to re-mortgage your
house just to pay for it! Which has got
me thinking surely it is time to spoil ME!
I contribute lots in my own way, I put up with a grumpy hubbie on
occasion, I think I shall be making a Christmas list this year all about what I
fancy!!! It would not hurt the boys to
have a little less… it might appease my parents at any rate!
have spotted Gorjuss at Internet Gift Store amongst plenty of other bits and
bobs I think would be lovely to have.
It looks like a very girly range with the pretty little ladies embossed
on all the items. I would like the
satchel to carry around; it would be a step up from the tatty rucksack I own
from my own school days (yes really it has been around THAT long!). I do tend to like getting value for money
for what I buy, but even that is taking the biscuit, a few treats are justified
So to accompany the satchel
I might have some new lip balm and a cute purse.
know my nieces would love these items too, I will have to point their mum in the right direction so she can spoil her little princesses. Suzanne Woolcott is so talented and I am glad I have found her beautiful