Tuesday, December 6, 2011

All I Want for Christmas...

Happy Tuesday!

I am not kidding when I tell you that it snowed at my house last night. Snow! In December! In Dallas! Totally not normal.

Anyway, I've seen this on so many blogs today {most recently Emily's}, so I thought I'd share with you my Christmas list this year. A) Because I thought it was cute and B) Because I got nothin' else for ya today.

The biggest thing I want this year are the bread and butter plates that go with my china.

When I was picking out my China, I saw this Monique Lhuillier pattern ("Etoile Platinum") and immediately fell in love. However, my 5-piece place setting didn't include the bread and butter plates...and you kinda need those! :)

My grandmother said she'd get a set of 12 for me. So excited!


The Jon Hart "Large Holiday Tote"

I have loved this tote since college, and just always "wanted" other things for Christmas. Well, I really, really need this for work {and I can finally stamp it with my new monogram!} so it's on the list!



Four words: I. Love. Colin. Firth.

And, I love history {especially from this time period} so it's obvious that I love The King's Speech.



If you went to Baylor, you know that your typical girl walked around in Nike shorts, an oversized sorority/fraternity tee, boat shoes, a ball cap and a tote bag.

Well, I was a "typical" Baylor girl in terms of my outfit choices, so I was (and still am) in love with Nike shorts.

{Brandon affectionally calls the afore-mentioned outfit my "uni," which is short for my "uniform." Love it!}



Okay, if you know me at all, you know that I am a clean freak of epic proportions. Like, I've been known to clean my baseboards at 9 a.m. on a Saturday morning. Uh, yeah.

So, I heard about this guy from Stephanie. And I am entirely too excited about it. I seriously hope I get this for Christmas!



Ahhh, the husband pressie.

I have wanted this watch for two years. So it is time. {No pun intended.}


In the words of Rachel Zoe, "I die."


And last, but certainly not least, the Southern Proper monogram for our front door.

You can't get any more Southern than this, y'all.


Hope y'all are staying warm!

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