Remember when Christmas shopping was easy? A truck. A boat. Better yet, a truck AND a boat? And/or pretty much anything LEGO?
Yes, times have changed. Our kids still like "toys", but such toys have gotten more high-tech and expensive. Plus, they're loaded with options I know nothing about making comparisons. I believe we've now entered the realm of gifts for the "kids" being comprised of clothes and money.
No socks, though, because apparently, socks are a most disappointing Christmas gift. This according to the guy on the radio the other day. Meego responded to that with, "How silly", and I was thinking the same thing because I wouldn't mind some nifty socks, but then Meego continued with, "Who would give someone socks as a gift??"
So I was doing some online shopping last night, and today, almost every webpage I go to has ads for the stuff I was shopping for. I suppose I could just clean my cache and cookies, but for some things, I might want to leave my options open.
Like all these cat condo links I'm getting.
Okay, so maybe I WAS looking at cat condos... and plans for DIY cat trees and such.
It doesn't suggest that I'm going all crazy cat lady. Maybe I just need a project. Maybe I want the cat to stop scratching my chair. Maybe our active cat needs something to stimulate him during the cold winter months.
Besides, we only have one cat, so that automatically violates one of the crazy cat lady requirements.
Maybe we'll get another cat. I don't think Napolion would like that, though. We could name it "Socks".