And, as of now, I am totally unprepared.
Last night I asked him, "So, what do you want for your birthday?" And he replied, "Something that doesn't cost money."
I guess that's a start, but I really don't want to make it seem like I forgot, or that I didn't care. I do care, a lot, but Larry is
Like the X Files, the answer is out there. For Christmas, he wanted a tea kettle.
"Ooh, so grandma wants a tea kettle?" I asked him, condescendingly.
I'm clueless right now. Of course, I can't spend a ton of money. We're having money issues because of the renovation.
When it comes to holidays and birthdays, I always tell myself, "Next year, you'll be better prepared." or "Next year, you'll have the money saved up and the list written out." I fantasize about being known for impressively wrapped fabulous presents, with funny cards attached, inscribed with witty one-liners inside.
And then, a week before, I'm scratching my head and kicking myself for postponing it. I have no money, and no clue.
Any suggestions? My coworker Lori just sent me this:
I don't know. I think it's too soon for another pressure cooker.