Neat Things That I Think You Should Buy (or "Let the Wookiee Win")

September 2, 2014

This will be the first of many posts in this vein.  The end game here is that since I (lamentably) do not have unlimited funds at this juncture in my life, I will let YOU all know about every superfluous little thing I covet and then live vicariously through you when you buy it.  You can crash in my guest room after you blow all of your money on inside-jokey Cafe Press t-shirts like this Dirty Dancing gem.  

 

I may or may not have one that says "The Babe with the Power."  And by may not, I mean I do.

Hey, nice melons.

 

My better half is currently in the process of his first foray into wine-making.  So far it has consisted of him climbing on my roof to pick many a-bagful of whatever grape it was that I planted about a decade ago and putting them in my Cuisinart.  I think there's more that is supposed to happen at some point.  If you're feeling a little less adventurous than we are, may I suggest taking a hop over to the “Homemade Hooch” page at Uncommon Goods.  They have guidance on everything from Bourbon to Sake.  Plus they’re rully purdy.

Easy-Peasy, Lemon-in-my-gin-and-tonic Squeezey.

 

Scared of wallpaper?  Good.  Listen to your instincts.  And seriously kids, don’t try a DIY mural in that new nursery unless you are VERY confident in your artistic ability.  These gorgeous vinyls from Greener Grass Design take out the guesswork and are a fantastic way to throw a little visual interest into any room. 

Why do birds.. suddenly appear..

 

And to round it off, there’s this. Because Wookiee .

A little something for the fella who always wants you to hold his keys and his wallet in your purse.

 

 

Cheers,

-Greta

 

 

 

 

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