A much shorter wish list
I'll admit that I used to be difficult to shop for when it comes to Christmas. I've realized in the past couple of years, though, that I am in fact VERY EASY to shop for. Simply put, I'll like pretty much anything to do with running. Fortunately, through my various races that give out moisture-wicking shirts and my bargain shopping with shoes, my "need" for things may be at an all-time low. That said, there's nothing wrong with having a wish list, right?
I got a head start a few weeks ago through the Brooks website to create a wish-list of Brooks products. I did it to initially enter a chance to win a shopping spree, but once I was on the site I actually found things I could use. You can click here to check it out.
I have several things on there I don't own -- arm warmers and nightlife bands to name a couple of things -- and some other bigger wish items, such as shoes. Anything else on there would be fine with me, too. That's really about it except for a Garmin.
One of these years my Garmin 205 will die and I'll be on the prowl for a new one. These days, I think a Garmin Forerunner 210 would be the perfect fit for me.
Nothing too complicated -- just push the button and go. (As a side note, the link I used is to Holabird, which has the best deal with a bonus gift card.)
Otherwise, I'm not going to spend time putting together anything else. Brooks makes it simple, as does the Garmin love fest.
Merry Christmas everyone!