Nicole is a planner. An organizer.
She’s not that last minute Christmas shopper who frantically buys something just to buy something (*cough*cough*like me!*cough*cough). No. She puts thought into each selection. She’s that person who wraps your gift so elegantly you don’t even want to open it.
So when she called me up and asked if I wanted to go into Boston this weekend, in order for her to finish up her Christmas shopping, I of course said YES! Maybe some of her organization and Martha Stewart-ness would rub off on me in the process. One can hope.
I realize that this is my third straight weekend in Boston. I think I might be falling in love with the place.
I also fell in love with a giant Christmas bulb.
And these two fluffy lovebugs.
I think I need a dog in my life.
And—is it just me?—or are guys getting more and more creative with proposals these days?
The ice sculpture on the right read, “Will You Marry Me?”
There’s always something to see in Boston. Maybe that’s why I love it so much. People watching is one of my favorite hobbies.
However, today was not just about people watching. Or eating. (Although we did plenty of both—hello, cheesecake factory!) Today, we each had a mission. To either (a) finish our Christmas shopping or (b) to leave feeling inspired.
Nicole left Boston with all of her Christmas shopping completed. Done! And I left Boston feeling inspired not to be that Christmas Eve shopper this year. It was a successful day!
Until next time Boston! I will see you again shortly. This time, with my very own Christmas list.
Question: Are you a last minute gift buyer for birthdays and holidays, or do you plan ahead?