Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Wish List

It's the one time of the year that you may get what your heart desires. Only if it can be bought. I have been on a mission to shop for all things home for the past few months. I haven't even allowed myself to look through clothing site, LookBook, or (sorry to say) my fave personal style blogs. I know, I know, shame on me. It is even reflecting on the clothes that I wear. My daily uniform of jeans, a blouse, and boots.

Last night I found some time on my hands and found a pair of shoes. I've been dying for a pair of Litas, I just can't _____. You name it I just CAN'T. These cute little babies, are around $40, including shipping. I jumped for joy in my seat, and found myself a little giddy.

 Floral Platform Bootie $30.80

I also bought for myself, a little Merry Christmas to me a record stand. I have been drooling over it for the past few weeks. Last night I found out that they are on back order. It sent me in a panic, that means that some time soon the would be sold out. I jumped on it with arms wide open. It would look so cute in our new sitting room.

Record Storage Shelf $49.99

To go along with the stand I have been looking for a new record player. I really like the look of a vintage portable player. Crosley has a wide variety to choose from, and all have great customer reviews. This one in perticular has my heart. Crossing my fingers that I will be opening a package with it contained soon.

Crosley CR249 Portable USB Turntable- Tan $149.99

I'm not really asking for much, in fact only one of them is for my personal use. So tell Santa that I've been good and that I'll be looking forward to seeing these under my tree in a few days.

Monday, December 19, 2011

A Song to Dance To

Every time this commercial comes on I have to turn up the t.v. volume. I love this song. Don't ask me what the guy is singing about, it doesn't matter. It get's my serotonin pumping and makes me happy every time I hear it. It wasn't hard to "google" the song, it's "Jan Pahechan Ho", sung by Mohammed Rafi in 1966. Kudos to Heineken for choosing an awesome song to a memorable commercial.
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