Completely incomplete wishlist for my family. It feels weird to be so selfish. The items listed are in no particular order in terms of wants or needs.
Speaking only for myself, what I’m into right now is cleaning up my house, which involves a lot of repairs and replacements. Plus things like blinds, curtains, bookcases, light fixtures, shelving, etc. I’m also trying to give gardening and landscaping a go. All of this on a budget of $50/month. Despite the number of Dungeons & Dragons items on here, I consider them frivolous and not a high priority (except Curse of Strahd!), unlike home improvement stuff. Items that have been crossed out have already been purchased by me or someone else.
Feel free to go totally off-book here. Beggars can’t be choosers! I have a strong preference for you to shop small and/or shop local. Big businesses will survive COVID-19; small businesses might not.
GIFT CARDS: Alamo Drafthouse ACE Hardware Bed, Bath, & Beyond D&D Beyond (only available if you have an account, too) Doordash ETSY Gardeners Supply Home Depot IKEA Merrifield Garden Center Vudu Wyrmwood Gaming
THE YOUNGER SON aka THE IMPOSSIBLE CHILD TO BUY FOR BECAUSE HE ONLY PLAYS GAMES WHILE WATCHING YOUTUBERS: Nintendo Switch Online 12-Month Membership – either Individual or Family, but if he gets family he and his brother can play while at two different houses!
We’re a gaming family. We like all types of games, but party games are my favorites. You can see a list of games I own on BoardGameGeek. Here are ones I’d like to add to our collection, even though narrowing it down to my top favorites is like choosing a favorite cat.
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