Here's the list of gifts for email@example.com, last updated on November 22, 2017.
Banana Republic gift card
Available at: Banana Republic
I rarely buy clothes anywhere other than Banana Republic, so I always enjoy having a gift card there.
Fancy schmancy shaving cream ($30)
Available at: bibandtucker.com and other online stores
My favorite shaving cream is the super fancy Truefitt & Hill brand. It comes in a few different "flavors," and my favorite of those is Sandalwood.
You can buy this in a few places online, but be careful -- I've seen some really high prices on Amazon. This should be right about $30.
Bamboo toothpicks ($8)
Available at: Amazon and other stores
Did you know that you can make your drink 75% fancier with a hoity-toity bamboo toothpick? I've seen these in restaurants, and would like to have some for the house. You can find them on Amazon or probably other places. The important thing is that they look like the picture in the link -- they should have a knot tied in one end. Exactly where you get it doesn't matter. Hey, it's just a bamboo toothpick!
Kindle Book: The Art of Intelligence ($7)
Available at: Amazon, be sure to click the "Give as a gift" button, not the regular buy button
I heard on a podcast a while back that this book called The Art of Intelligence: Lessons from a Life in the CIA's Clandestine Service is the most accurate book about what people who work in the CIA do.
I'd like to get this book for my Kindle. To buy it, go to the book's page on Amazon and click the "Give as a gift" button (it's a little below the regular buy button). Enter my email address and choose what day it should be delivered.
Light gloves for running ($27)
Available at: Amazon
My favorite pair of lightweight running gloves is getting pretty old, so I'd like to replace them with these.
UF Alumni license plate frame ($30)
Available at: Online only
Michele has one like this, and I have been looking for years and have not found one until now. It's easy to find a UF Alumni license plate frame, but it's almost impossible to find one in silver and not blue or orange.
Set of 12 short drinking glasses ($42)
Available at: Crate & Barrel
We want to get new drinking glasses because we've been drinking out of the same set of cheap Target glasses for almost 20 years.
Michele has the tall glasses on her list, and I'd like a set of short glasses -- the Peak Double Old-Fashioned Glasses, Set of 12 from Crate & Barrel.