My birthday wishlist

The house where I used to live in Trastevere, Rome. Lately I've been longing back like crazy.

My birthday is in less than a month, and here’s a short list of things I’d like to get.

- Tilda stuff. Nice original fabrics, ribbons or maybe even one of those all-included sets you can buy. Something like this.

- A set of decent watercolors. I want those packaged in tubes and not the dry ones. The watercolors I’m using now are of the worst imaginable quality! I bought them at a Swedish version of a “dollar store” for, well, about a dollar, and it’s the only watercolors I have.

- A waterproof mp3 player for swimming! This would make one of my oldest dreams come true. No, seriously.

- A pair of goggles for swimming. I only like the Speedo ones. A new swimming cap would be nice, too. But when I think about it, the best thing would be a membership card at the local swimming pool.

- A trip somewhere.

- And I still want a light box and a macro lens for the Nikon camera.

Here’s my Christmas wishlist. I wouldn’t mind getting those things either.


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11 Responses to My birthday wishlist

  1. Eleonora says:

    I usually go swimming too and I have the waterproof mp3..I swear, it’s soooo cool XD when I got it I was sooo excited, it’s really useful:D

  2. Ilona Opengeim-Cherkas says:

    Interesting! Did you study in Italy? Or was there a different reason for living in Rome?

  3. Natalia says:

    I can so understand that you want to go back to Italy! Once you go there, you have to return, this country will never let you go :) I lived in Bologna for six months as Erasmus student and since my return I’m figuring out how I could pay a visit to Belpaese once again. And they have the best food, by the way :)

  4. My Birthday is next week (Tuesday) so I finished my list recently, too. I always like reading yours by the way :)

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