16 December, 2009

Bff Kimba's Christmas Wish List Guest Post

Today begins a series of "Christmas Wish List" guest posts, from the Summer is a Verb usual suspects, and I'm kicking things off with the bbf. Kimba is toying with a New Year's challenge involving nary a personal purchase the entire coming year (shudder). Preceding are her beautiful babies, and follows goes down on record as her fabulous last hurrah...

"These Billy Reid boots are so cute..."

"Dreaming big, really big..."

"From Williams Sonoma the Griddle/Grill Pan Set..."

"And, the Cole and Mason Electric Salt and Pepper Mills. Who says we aren't practical? Bryan and Babe that's who!"

"Thinking photography may be my next pursuit with the Nikon D90..."

"A string of books from Amazon beginning with Julia Child's My Life in France..."

"My Last Supper: 50 Great Chefs and Their Final Meals..."

"Breaking Dawn (The Twilight Saga Book 4)..."

"and David Busch's Nikon D90 Guide to Digital SLR Photography. Could name 50 more books given the time..."

"Origins Salt Rub is the best product ever for dry, sun exposed winter skin..."

"John Derian's handmade Moroccan Pouf in chocolate..."

"But, what I really want for Christmas is for these two (along with all children) to grow up in a world involved in fewer wars and blessed with more peace...a world with less suffering and gobs of love...a world with reserved judgement and greater faithfulness...and a world where friends and family don't get sick. The Rolex would be good, no great, but these things would be much, much better."

Kindness of Kimba for guest posting with her usual elegance and adding about six items to my wish list. Babe especially thanks you for that. Now, you keep that hubby of yours from telling mine about that insane New Year's resolution...XXOO


  1. Oh, those children are simply gorgeous!

    I would also like world peace and a Rolex.

  2. hats off to you Kimba for even considering purchasing nary an item next year- I think I would pass out!

    love the Last Supper book idea, btw- will have to pick one up for my parents!


  3. Wonderful list. Adorable kids. And, I have those salt and pepper grinders. My only reservation is that I always wonder am I undoing the good of sea and kosher salt by grinding in into little bits? And BTW that pouf is fabulous.

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