Sure it's Christmas, the spirit of giving, but with the real meaning of Christmas lost in all this rowdy mall chaos it's hard to find something for another person that they would really like. I think wanting something for Christmas that they'll just end up getting is kind of a joke. It should be a surprise, thought out with meaning. Well I must say that waiting for something you know you'll get is pretty exciting, but for myself, I haven't been excited for Christmas since I was 14. I have to shop for my mother and sister tomorrow, probably at this behemoth mall in Southlake (for those of you who know), but I don't know what to get. A scarf for my sister? She already has three. Perfume for mother? Done that more than enough. Sigh. I suppose I'll just search anyways, unless any of ya'll have ideas, being the smart foosters you are...seriously.
On a side note the dentist moved to a new nicer & larger office. This morning during my 6 month cleaning, I was one of their first patients at the new place. I thought with a new place that the dentist is probably taking a second mortgage on that she'll try to find things wrong with me to pay for. Last check in it was just mild gingivitis, which they said is all gone now. But Oh! They 'noticed' a natural crater in my tooth that's been there for God knows when and they insist on drilling & filling even though they're not cosmetic dentists..suspicious. They also wanted this other device in my mouth to prevent biting down on teeth, and the 25$ fluoride rinse, which isn't even necessary. Gah, everybody wants to milk everyone.
On a good note for today: FDA approves Stevia in foods! This will be a Merry Christmas now. Thank you corporate lobbying.