Well, it’s crunch time. I don’t have very much time before it’s my husband’s birthday, and I have not bought him a gift yet. I have not bought my husband a gift yet. I. Have. Not. Bought. My. Husband. His. Birthday. Gift. Yet. Crunch-time! But what do you do? What do you do when you’ve been with him so long and you’ve already bought him all the things he needs? I can’t buy him another cooler or another tent or another barbecue?
Can I? I mean, I’ve been looking at Survival Cooking, which has all sorts of very well written reviews about camping supplies and other outdoor gear, and I just have to say that I’ve already bought him older versions of all of the things that are the top rated things. And all of the top-rated things say that they last forever, so what’s the purpose of buying a replacement after only 10 years or 5 years or two years? There isn’t one. So, I’m thinking about calling a completely different route. I am thinking about buying him a very nice watch– been looking at the best watches under 500. Now, I have to preface this, he has never asked for a walk before, or even showing that much visible appreciation for watches, but I know that everybody kind of wants a really nice watch, right? It’s not too luxurious to have a nice watch. It’s like, practical and stuff too. And that’s why I think it’s such a good gift for a simple man like my husband. It will make him feel more distinguished, confident, and it also will just let him be on time more often. I know that it doesn’t always like looking at his God damn cell phone, so this will help him tell time in a different way. I think it’s the right idea. But it’s risky! I have never done it before, and I’ll let you know how it goes.