Saturday, December 26, 2009

Gifts Galore!

How was everyone's Christmas?

Mine ended up being pretty good. Our plans at one of my Grandma's house were indeed cancelled for Christmas Eve, but we've postponed until next weekend.

I got some great items for Christmas. That pink Old Navy coat that I've raved about was one of my favorite gifts. I also got an unabriged Italian dictionary (I know I'm a geek) a season of Designing Women, some Passport to Europe DVD's, some Corningware and a ton of other great stuff.

However, I'd like to show you one of my not so favorite gifts. Now let me just say I'm not complaining about gifts. It's just that my Aunt always gives weird gifts and often tells us (like she did today) that she found it in her closet. Ok..if you are finding these items in your closet, why are you telling the gift recepient that? Oh and let me just say ignore my hair. I swear it looks cute now, but I had it up because of all the wind yesterday.

But, without further ado:



Thoughts?


11 comments:

Julie said...

You totally rock that ;)

MG said...

I love Designing Women! What a great gift!

Kebi Cedawna said...

What, no HSN gifts this year? Bummer.
:-P

Young Mom/Wife said...

Oh man, I remember people wearing those shirts in high school. Is it one of those teeny things that stretches to the size of the wearer? At least you are rocking it!

Glad you had a wonderful Christmas!

Karren said...

My aunt bought me one of those shirts when I was in the 5th grade! LOL

Casey (@ Ever-Changing Life) said...

You can even make a shirt that terrible look good :)

Brittany said...

SO cute!!!! ha ha ha lmao!

At least when you're beautiful, everything you wear looks beautiful! You make it look easy!

Stace said...

hahaha gotta love popcorn shirts!

Dana said...

The color looks awesome on you. The texture...*bites lip*

lola said...

AHHAHAH that shirt is priceless. Your other gifts, however, sound really great!

Tori and Chad said...

That thing is completely hideous! Maybe you should "forget" it so you don't have to lug it back to Italy.

And Designing Women is on DVD?! How did I miss that?! I love me some Suzanne Sugarbaker!