Christmas wishing

December 5th 2012katie

It’s officially under three weeks until Christmas (!) so I think we’re OK to talk about it now, right? I’ve just started all my present shopping: unusually I’m doing most of it online this year but I think a little trip to Westfield or Selfridges for the final bits is due soon.

I have of course managed to get together a little wishlist of all the things I’d like to find under the tree too. It makes me look a bit sad really – textbooks, magazines, a wash bag and vegetable brush? Must be getting old.

Topshop nail poishes

Lisa Stickley wallet and wash bag (currently all 25% off!)

Oliver Sacks psychology books

Some new bird and owl friends (1,2,3)

Kitchen goodies (all Amazon).

Sexy design books (1,2)

iPad case

Magazine subscriptions

What’s on your list?

Comments (7)

  • Grania

    December 5th 2012 at 10:28 am

    I have that ceramic knife – it is truly the best thing to happen to vegetable chopping.

    1. Katie

      December 5th 2012 at 10:38 am

      Kyocera? I used to have one, I loved it but one day the handle snapped clean away from the blade :o

  • Kathryn

    December 5th 2012 at 10:44 am

    I know I’m getting old because things like socks, scented candles, design books and kitchenware seem like really exciting, awesome presents. I’d still like some sparkly nail varnish for Xmas tho so I must still be 13 at heart in some ways.

  • Rhianne

    December 5th 2012 at 10:47 am

    Ohh, I bought my first topshop nail polish at the weekend and now I want them all, they’re so good. the sparkley ones are all beautiful!

    1. Katie

      December 5th 2012 at 10:58 am

      They go on really nicely actually and the colours are great! I have a lovely oil slick coloured one that I looove.

  • Caroline

    December 5th 2012 at 11:41 am

    you suprise me with your floral iPad cover!

    I want those Oliver Sacks books too, now!

    1. Katie

      December 5th 2012 at 11:48 am

      I’ve read a few of his other books already, fascinating little nuggets from a psychologist’s casebook of weird brain phenomena. Muchly recommended.

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