Saturday, November 25, 2006

Pittman, Ann
Christmas List
24 November 2006
Mr. Pittman's class

• Shrunken Button Down Cardigan – XS Red $39 1A-186-513 (Victoria’s Secret Catalogue 1A5167658)
• Bridget Fit Bow Pant – 30” inseam size 2 Khaki $39.50 IA-201-674 (Victoria’s Secret Catalogue 1A5167658)
• Blazer and Pencil Skirt – both size 2 Heather Camel $125, $59.50 WQ-201-769, WQ-201-773 (Victoria’s Secret
Catalogue 1A5167658)
• American Eagle Jeans – any pair size 4 regular or short, favorite fit
• Retro Shirt Dress – Small $159 Brown 4426VA (Boston Proper Catalogue V5667600)
• Drape Front Tube Halter – XS $59 3226VC (Boston Proper Catalogue V5667600)
• Raglan Sleeve dress – XS $119 3626VB (Boston Proper Catalogue V5667600)
• Vintage Kaftan Dress – size 2 $169 2626VA (Boston Proper Catalogue V5667600)
• Jewelry: any earrings, necklaces or bracelets: creative, pretty, colorful (I’m moving beyond my plain jane silver)
• Any cute shoes that have color (other than brown or black) unless they’re brown or black with colored beads or embroidery on them or something.
• Digital Camera
• Gift Certificates to Home Depot
• A Bulldog, either American or English, over 2 years old, preferably female.

Obviously I’m trying to improve my “work attire” wardrobe with dress clothes, shoes and jewelry. Otherwise, I just really want a digital camera, a dog, and a privacy fence (home depot certificates).

If you want an alternative to giving me gifts though, check this out...

my friends rock.


Anonymous said...

A BULLDOG ??????

Anonymous said...

"Please keep in mind that rescued Bulldogs are not always happy, healthy or well adjusted. If you are considering adopting a rescue it should be because you are committed to giving a homeless dog a second chance. This means having the time and patience to work with social, emotional and behavioral problems. In some cases, a health issue is present. Many rescued Bulldogs don't get along with other animals and some can't be placed with children. If you're seeking a rescue as a way to obtain a cheap Bulldog, you've come to the wrong place. You must be passionate about the breed to accept what baggage comes along." exerpted from the Bulldog Club of America Rescue Network

Ann said...

Good thing I'm not asking anyone to rescue and give me a dog. I want a good dog. The bulldogs who also, when properly adored are excellent with children, small animals (cats), affectionate with their masters, while also barking and strangers and guarding their master's interest... whew!

Anonymous said...

Ahhh..... There is Ann's Christmas list complete with catalog numbers, and all is right with the world.

Hope everything is wonderful.



Anonymous said...

Purebread bulldogs cost upwards of $1,000.000 and they only sell puppies, not adults.

Ann said...

anonymous, who are you and how do you know so much about dogs?

and why are you thwarting my christmas cheer?

it's not like i thought i'd actually get a dog anyway. do you know my family? that wish was for santa only.


jenA said...

Anonymous, your PETA-like rant against my friend is infuriating. I have a 2-year-old German shepherd. He was a rescue. What pessimistic crap do you have to say about him? Go on, say it. Then we'll hunt you down and I'll make him bite you on the ass.

I will look at shelters here for such a lovely creature as you seek.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous is Andee. Don't get me wrong, Ann, I'm not anti-ann-dog. I'm not even anti-break-up-dog. I want you to have a dog that works for your life. And, FYI, I did some local searching for dogs meeting your discription that may work for you, and sent the profiles to your family. But I want you to think about what you're asking. An adult means a rescue. And, as I do know your family, I know you don't want them to spend what it costs to get a bread dog. I'm sorry to be the one to tell you this, but Santa stops coming after you turn 13. It's been your parents ever since then. I didn't even post the bit about bulldogs being a breed that needs lots of attention to be happy (and I also didn't post my concerns about exposing the innocent to Zorba). There is a perfect dog for you out there. And that dog is probably a rescue, which means you need to do research to get a gem like JenA has. I just think you need to be more personally involved in choosing this life-mate. Great adult purebread female pitbulls do not grow on trees. If you want me to send you the profiles of the dogs I found, let me know. I have too much time on my hands, obviously. And I love you, this is all said out of concern for your sanity and new furnishings.

Ann said...

I love you Andee. Laughing out loud right now at all of this.

jenA said...

truly hilarious. I acknowledge your concerns, and I take back my offer on ass-biting. Jason doesn't bite, anyway. he's a big wuss. Except with the vacuum cleaner.

sean and mel said...

if you get a pit bull can i take it to tijuana evey few weeks for a dog fighting tournament?

think about it

don't decide now

Anonymous said...

Oh Ann, what's your shoe size? How can I get you cute funky shoes without knowing your size?

Anonymous said...

As the personal shopper of Cici (pronounced with a hard "C"), otherwise known as Crazy Carol, I feel that I have the expertise and experience to say with confidence that no respectable person purchases "work attire" clothes at Victoria's Secret. I have therefore informed Cici that any purchases of clothing (with the exception of bras, panties, and pajamas) will be made from that store. Not to worry, you will receive some work clothes, but my dear, they will be in good taste. Thank you. Sincerely, Amy L. Pittman, shopper extraordinaire.

Ann said...

Dear Cici's shopper, don't judge. I have great work clothes already from Vicky's Panty land, just ask all the men in love with me. They'll tell you my work clothes are great. No seriously, I at least want that sweater in xs. i bought the brown one already and lurve it. cici's shopper sounds inexperienced. sounds like all she knows how to buy are bras and undies.

ps - i wear a women's shoe size 6 and a children's 4 or 5 depending on the children's store...