Tuesday, 12 November 2013

My Top 5 Wants For Christmas!

The department stores are already having Pre-Black Friday sales and I'm sure people will be busy buying presents for their children, parents, grandparents, other family members and friends. It would be nice to take a few minutes and come up with your own Christmas list. Sure, Santa probably won't have time to shop for you, but there is nothing wrong with dreaming.

What would my top five wants for Christmas be?

Here is my list to Santa:

1. HP Black Licorice 15.6" 2000-2c29wm Laptop - My desktop is getting up there in age, though it still works great, my deepest fears is that it will quit working one day. Laptop computers are a lot cheaper than desktop computers. Plus, I can work on a short story or the next great American novel from the comfy of my bed.

2. Full-Size Pillow Top Mattress - I can't write a great story on a new laptop in a comfy bed without a decent mattress. My current mattress is around ten-years-old and it, along with the box-springs) has had it. It would be nice to have a new mattress for Christmas.

3. 40" LCD HDTV - I'm probably the last person in the world that still has an old-fashioned television (actually, I have two), but I would rather not buy a new TV until I absolutely need one. Of course if somebody wants to give me a new TV for Christmas, I will gladly accept it.

4. Blu-Ray Player - Beside from my computer's disc-drive to watch Blu-Rays, I don't have a Blu-Ray player and if I do get a new TV, I'll need a Blu-Ray player to go with it.

5. Mount-It Plasma TV Wall Mount - I can't have a new television without having a TV wall mount. I know there are TV cabinets, but the ones I have seen in the stores have very little storage space for DVDS/Blu-Rays, DVD/Blu-ray Players, etc. I would love to place a TV wall mount right above the current entertainment cabinet.

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