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Calling my Relatives

Yes, you. You know who you are (yes, Stan and Chris, I'm talking to you). Will you please, please set up an Amazon Wish List with what the kids want for Xmas and birthdays?! You don't need to give them any financial info, just an email address, a password to get into it, and a shipping address so I can ship gifts directly to you!! Oh, Mom, this goes for you too. The fun is, it doesn't show your address, just the City and State.

You don't even need to use your real names, in case you're worried about stalkers. Just send me an email letting me knolw which list is yours!!

You see, I am a Prime™ member, I pay $79 a year for all you can eat shipping. If I get you guys something from Amazon, I don't have to pack it, wrestle it to the shipper, or worry about it getting there. For example, my Wish List is here.

So, seriously, if you want me to be able to remember your birthdays and holidays, let me know what you want, and where I can have my vendor drop-ship your goodies to. You won't have to go to the Post Office, or any other stuff. Just make a wish list, make it public, and I can see what you are wanting.



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Dec. 2nd, 2008 12:29 am (UTC)
Aren't Amazon wish lists the greatest? When people ask what I want, I just point 'em to the list or have them get me a gift certificate. My Mom, however, refuses to play ball. She gets what ever I can come up with elsewhere. I use it to shop for my kids and one son in law though, almost exclusively.
Dec. 2nd, 2008 12:32 am (UTC)
I actually have about 8 of them, just to find a method of organization. Only the one referenced here is under my Nom de Net.

Considering I work for an Amazon subsidiary, and thus get a small employee discount, it makes a lot of sense to shop there.
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