We made out like bandits at Christmas this year. My parents were very generous, and I feel so lucky to have a family that cares enough about Ammon that they would get him something extra special this year. You all got to see the snowboard, but that isn't all we got this year.
We are obsessed with the soda stream. I had read a lot of great reviews of these a while back, and had been dying to get one of our own. I am so glad my parents gifted us with this, it isn't something we would have bought for ourselves initially, but we see the cost savings in the future, and are glad to have it based on that alone. Some other day, I'll do a full review and recap.
Also, Ammon has been dying for us to have a waffle iron for months now. It seems like he has a constant craving for waffles. Being so close to our wedding, I wasn't sure whether to ask for this for Christmas, or just wait until we get married. I know I made the correct decision in asking it for Christmas, because Ammon told me he had a dream that I was making him waffles for breakfast.
In other, non-gift related news, my friend Emily told me yesterday that Old Navy is having a sale on Pea Coats, and that they are only $20 each right now. Yes, $20. I almost jumped up and down, I'm so excited. I like to buy basics at Old Navy, because their stuff is usually pretty timeless, and comes in a zillion different colors. Oh, and it's cheap. And they make the best cheap flip-flops in the world. The end.
When I said the end right there, I didn't mean the end of the blog post. Just the end of my opinion of Old Navy flip flops. I am going to have to take a picture of my flip flops for you all some day. It isn't as impressive as it used to be, but I'm told it's excessive for a 27 year old to have as many as I do, given that I live in a land-locked state that regularly sees snow as late in the year as May. The 16 year old lifeguard in me can not give them up. They are a part of my soul.
Why am I still talking about flip flops???