|December 4, 2001|
is the number one item on your Holiday gift list?I guess I really didn't have a
number one item on my holiday gift list. The only thing I really want is...a baby.
Hehe. My husband and I are trying to have a kid. That's about it. Maybe some really good
candy. As long as I get to spend a few days during the holidays with my whole family, then
I'll be happy.
Lisa J., 23
TN USA a shirt Patty I know it is cliche' but a puppy Nicole2, 20
FL USA a Honda Civic, but I don't think anyone is going to give me that.... :sigh: Maggie, 22
Sandwic, IL USA A happy, relaxed holiday for all the family. And evidence that a gift-giver has really thought about what would please me. These days, if I have a burning desire for a specific item, I usually can get it for myself. Jane, 62
West Linn, OR USA A job. Karen, 22
Marshalltown/Ames, IA USA I'm not sure whether you mean giving or receiving, but my answer would be the same. My husband and I were able to provide some frivolous presents for four well-behaved, honor roll children who otherwise would have had a very meager Christmas day in material terms. Their mother provides them with a great deal of love, but video games do add to festivity. Jill, 60
Saylorsburg, PA USA To give or receive?
To give, the best gift I came across is a "Write Your Autobiography" kit for my father-in-law. He'll never use it. But he'll love it all the same.
To receive, my husband usually gives me coupons for services over the year. Good stuff like "Turn off the damn light and go to sleep now" or "Put out the trash and recycling without procrastinating". I'm looking forward to this year's batch. He's usually pretty creative. Laura, 36
Lowell, MA USA The Sims Melodi, 19
Gahanna, OH USA My number one item right now is getting Christmas off without being shit-canned. After that, a DVD player would be nice, or some good screenwriting software. Jaden, 21
Brampton, Ontario CANADA Well, I do not know what is the number 1 gift on my list...since I did not rank them..But I asked for heavy, very heavy sweaters etc...because it probably gets pretty nippy in Alaska...a couple of pro wrestling books...or some videos on Ancient Rome...like I told my brother...that should be more than enough to chose from, so he should knock himself out, why not? Frodo
age unknown, parts unknown I've never really thought about what I want for Christmas. I tend to think of Christmas as a time for giving, not receiving. Reba, 50+
Silver Spring, MD USA A 2002 Thunderbird...I don't think I'm going to get it. Jennifer, 19
Wilkes-Barre, PA USA I really want either a digital camera or a CD burner. I think I'd rather get the digital camera as a holiday present. etoile, 20
Washington, DC USA Bruce Springsteen. No, feasibly? I'm kinda hoping for the PC game Empire Earth. And money; I want money. Johanna, 18
OK USA I really don't have a physical gift I want to receive. I'd like more joy in my life. As for gift to give, I'm giving my family members all shares in a cow for farming families oversees. See http://www.heifer.org. I thought that was pretty cool. Felicia, 35
Lowell, MA USA A book that I really wanted but don't have the money to buy. Either that or a lego set. Derya I already got my gift. My husband and I went on a 7 day cruise to the southern Caribbean. It was wonderful! Janet, 44
E. Brunswick, NJ USA upgrade on my computer!!!!
Los Angeles, CA USA Love. Eric, 19
Beverly Hills, CA USA I don't really have a number one item. Celeste, 30
Colorado Springs, CO USA