For example... one of my co-workers is planning a surprise for her husband on Valentines Day. She was talking about it and i said "oh, yeah... awesome... i don't have any plans for Valentines Day. Nor do i have a person to make plans for...wahhhh waaaaaahhhhh" we laughed.
Well, then the next day I was looking at one of my favorite websites, modcloth.com, and i saw they had a TON of cute "sweetheart gifts". the thing is, i wanted ALL OF THEM. So i thought "i will buy myself a gift this year. A little cute, fun gift for $20."
the thing is, i couldn't decide. And then i got kinda bummed that it wouldn't be a surprise. When the package came in the mail, there wouldn't be that fun anticipation.
THEN I HAD A BRILLIANT IDEA! (i had to say it in all caps to get your attention)
modcloth allows you to make a wishlist. So i did. a bunch of cute, fun, cheap, pretty things. Then, tomorrow, my friend/co-worker Jessica will log onto my wishlist. I will give her my debit card, and she will pick my gift (when i am not looking). She will pay with my card. Then... in a few days.. .SURPRISE! What could it be? Something i already know i like. and paid for (waah wahhhhhh) but still, a lovely surprise!
So here are some of the things i have selected as options
|because i need another scarf...|
|it has little zoo animals on it. cutttte|
|it has some really fun ideas!|
|Hahahaha... i kid. What if i for real got this? Awesome.|
So i am excited. whatever my gift will be, it will be something i like.