Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Dear Santa:

Please slide down my chimney with one of these! Oh wait. We don't have chimneys in Florida! Please bring me one of these. I would like a pink laptop. Dell and Sony both have them in pink. I'm not picky. Expcept that I want pink and 2 GB memory with at least 120 mh hard drive and Windows Vista and an added software package available at Best Buy...it's a combo pack of Adobe Photoshop Elements 6.0 with Adobe Premier 4.0. I would also like Microsoft Publisher, but only if you know someone with a CD who would let me borrow it. Please don't spend an extra $169 for it. (Yes, I know that's sort of illegal but rest easy I think Microsoft has gotten enough of your money over the years, don't you?) Oh and what good is this cute computer with my ugly old black carrying bag? I would like a cute bag to transport it in, maybe pink or something polka dotted or florally. My friend, Kristi, says they have cute ones at Hobby Lobby in the scrapbooking section. And my new cell phone...which was FREE that I got last week...it's pink too!

Thank you Santa! I look forward to your arrival!!!


tales_from_the_crib said...

but it's pink? and girly?
but it's a laptop!
now i'm just confused...should i want it, or not?!?

Anonymous said...

just so santa can come through easily....the pink bags are made by makin memories. it is a $60 bag, but i got it for $ 30. that sounds like a pretty good deal santa can do getting photoshop elements with the new computer. i hope my santa is that good to me. hee hee.


Anonymous said...

You can get the software real cheap with a student or educator discount. They also have discounts for parents of young children.

Check with A&M and see if they have alumni discounts. I know UH has alumni discounts.


Anonymous said...

Dear Heather,
I know you have been a good girl this year. I will put this request on my list for the elves to gather, but due to the delicacy of the gift I do not think I should carry it on my sleigh. If it arrives at your house shipped in a big brown box before Christmas, you must promise not to peek until I place it under the tree on Christmas eve. Continue to be the great Mom and wife you are and I am sure you will not be disappointed.
See you soon,