A nice thing about not having a memory is that I can wrap this book up tonight as a “gift to self,” and by the time Christmas gets here, I’ll have no idea what I’ve given myself.
I ran into my old UPS delivery guy at a store this morning, which reminded me of this old receipt he left for me one day when I was out. A delivery from “Buddha.”
When I returned to Colorado after five weeks of traveling I found this nice gift from the folks at O’Reilly, a Scala Cookbook cover in a nice frame. :)
I just ordered this Edible Arrangement for the nurses who helped me through my surgery. I hope they like relatively healthy food.
The Buddha Board is a nice gift idea for the Zen person in your life. You paint on it with water, the painting appears, and then disappears as it dries, helping to demonstrate the Zen/Buddhist concept of impermanence, among other things.
I bought one of these as a Christmas stocking-stuff while in New Mexico. Then I ate it. It was good. (One of the hazards of me trying to buy Christmas gifts early.)
Looking for great iPad gift ideas for the holiday season? MacMall is one of the leading Apple vendors around, and I just received an email showing a number of iPad gift ideas with discounts as high as 45%. Here's a list of several gift ideas I just learned about.
I've come to really enjoy holidays with this website, as it gives me an excuse to take time out and look around the internet for great gift ideas, in this case, great, the best geek gifts for Fathers Day, 2010.
Gifts for Father's Day 2010 - background information
Before I get into my list of the best Father's Day gift ideas I can find, a little bit of disclosure. First, while I've seen these gift ideas on several different websites, I generally link to them at ThinkGeek.com, because we are an affiliate of theirs.