Truthfully, I don’t have to check this list twice. The only name on it is mine and I know I’ve been a good girl all year long.
Furthermore, I’m not counting on some old fat guy with a white beard to navigate a sleigh full of treasures to me, no matter how jolly he is. I’m letting my fingers travel over the keyboard to some of my favorite shopping haunts – the places that carry all the things a Mad Goddess woman like me could dream of.
Every Goddess needs a good pair of ruby red slippers and these are my choice. Don’t be jealous, just keystroke over to pyramidcollection.com and snatch up a pair for yourself.
While you’re at it, you might want to wander over to uncommongoods.com for this way out shoe rack – high heels easily accommodated.
This seemed like a good hat to add to my collection.
Not too showy, neutral colors. I think I could wear it for everyday trips to the village market. No sense now in trying to convince the locals that I’m not a tad eccentric – but that’s a story for another time.
For chilly nights by the fire, this cozy cuddler will keep me toasty warm and, unlike my prissy pure bread feline companions, it won’t shed.
The hat, rose throw and the sign below can all be had from victoriantradingco.com.
And while we’re on the subject of signs, this little gem from pyramidcollection.com was a must have been made for me. A Goddess has to have somebody’s feet at which to lay the blame.
I can’t get enough sparkling, dangly ornaments to hang from my ears. These little gems are just quirky enough to suit me.
Made from recycled depression glass, get them while they last at uncommongoods.com
While there, you might want a sign like this one, stating that the Supergirl cape is in the laundry. I know that’s where mine is.
Of course, while I’m waiting for the cape to come out shiny clean and dry, I can drape this orchid ostrich feather boa from kirksfolllystore.com around my shoulders . . .
. . .while I sip my coffee on chilly winter mornings from this perfectly befitting cup (pyramidcollection.com)
wearing my red power shoes . . .
The santa living in this house ought to appreciate that wake up call.