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Last Minute Present Suggestions

Just in case you’re a last minute shopper, as I am most years, I offer a few suggestions.

1. Naracamicie has opened an online store. Finally. I like this white eyelet blouse, for someone headed to a warm climate. Or this one in burgundy, for an only slightly ironic Christmas Eve. I haven’t checked if they can deliver in time for Christmas, but if you’re in California I bet the answer is yes.

2. Lily Stockman, of this painting, has launched a collection of scarves block-printed in India. Selling like proverbial hotcakes, but the beautiful blue ones are still in stock.

3. Reminded at the last minute myself, there’s always our friend Susan at The Preppy Princes. Now with gift cards. Again, only semi-ironically.

4. Alternatively, just go read Tish Jett, on A Femme d’un Certain Age. I’d squeal at almost any one of these things in my stocking. Her son-in-law did a great similar post for guys.

My own posting will be light for the next two weeks. I may be compelled to cobble together another amateur Christmas card, but in case I miss you, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. You make my days better, without fail.

14 Responses

  1. How did I miss that too-cute snowman card? Now I’m hoping to see what you might come up with this year, but if you’re not back here before the big day, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you as well!

  2. Love those scarves and sorry I missed out on the “arrow” design. Maybe she’ll do some more. Have a great Christmas and enjoy your family.

  3. I wish a Happy Holiday season, too! Thanks for bringing up so many interesting topics this year – I would miss your blog very much if you started writing less …

  4. Happy Holidays Lisa!
    I missed that previous post the other day and I do like those looks. Your hair is more beautiful than I recall.
    I am almost ready for Christmas…we are decorating our tiny tree tonight.

  5. Would you consider having links open in a new browser tab? I like to click on uour links but then I have to use the back key to get back to your blog and sometimes if I’ve stopped to browse around whatever the link was, I get lost.

  6. Merry Christmas! Thanks for your blog and particularly your Saturday morning ruminations. Hope you have a lovely festive season (sounds like you will).

  7. Happy happy Christmas to you, Lisa! I hope it is one filled with family, good food, and joy. Thank you for the present your recently-found presence on the internet has given me. I look forward to continuing to share some of your thoughts and escapades in 2013. P x

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