This is an updated gift list for 2020
- kite, (this artwork is not yet titled) by Andrew Shoemaker. He will probably know what I'm talking about if you ask and say you know me.
- A House Portrait appointment with Cape Horn
- A Margins Imprints moon phase or star chart print. I especially like the blue ones
- Sturdy, interesting or decorative paper, wooden or metal boxes around the size of a shoebox. Old leather brief cases work too.
- Some kinda wooden litter box enclosure, perhaps like this
- A giant pot (for a giant plant) from Carnevale Clay or, really, anything she makes!
Wearables and Textiles:
- Hats or anything from Flood Clothing
- Honest Yarn I love neutrals and greens, and I need more of the Aubergine for a project. Lace weight is probably fine.
- I am looking for socks made from 100% natural fibers. Some kinds I would like to try are handknit socks, or Harvest and Mill cotton socks
- ATTN: I have Tiny Feet. They are circa US womens size 5 . Literally about 8 1/2 inches long. Probably your kids wear bigger shoes than me.
- A green waxed canvas backpack, such as the Qwestion To-Way, or one from Utility Canvas, or Property Of...
- a matcha bowl and whisk such as this
- A waterbottle like this
Candles and Soap
- Bar soap from brands such as Nature’s Trace or Wild Botanicals etc
- Anything Great Lakes scented by Vancouver Candle Co. (candles, diffusers etc). Per dollar of candle, bigger ones burn longer than several small ones.
- Anything with the Aerin Jasime Veil scent (any size candles, diffusers etc
- decorative kitchen things with bright yellow or red designs like citrus, hot peppers, or i dunno, flowers?. Think California. Or like, even Baja California & Mexico, the Mediterranean, Tunisia... really any place that is warm with nice food.
- somekinda under cabinet lighting. I don't know anything about lighting, I just know it's dark under there.
- A metal dust pan, such as
- Soothsayer Hot Sauce
- Mrs Renfro's Ghost Pepper Salsa
- epic bars, especially the siracha chicken ones
- Numi brand Gunpowder Green Tea
- Jasmine Tea
- Matcha powder
- Fancy soup, baking etc mixes (no dairy please!)
- Beginning Dakota Language Course at University of Minnesota, which I believe can be taken online. I am also interested in the book Beginning Dakota -Tokaheya Dakota Iyapi Kin
- Pauline Boss's Class (I already have the book)
- A membership to Ancestry.com
- A visit to the Chile Pepper Institute