In the darkness the trees are full of starlight (henwy) wrote,
In the darkness the trees are full of starlight

  • Mood:

LJ Christmas Gift Exchange 2007

Alrighty, I might as well get this up and running before it completely slips my mind. It seems from the polling results, around a half dozen people are interested in participating which sounds like a pretty good number to me. I just wanted to make sure it wasn't just a couple and it wasn't going to be dozens either.

So all that's left to do is to set some ground rules.

  • If you're interested in participating, please comment to this entry and leave your home address (or wherever it is you want your package sent for those who might be traveling for the holiday season).

  • If you feel like, please list a few of your general interests. There's no guarentee you'll receive an item related to your hobby of collecting, say, nekkid garden gnomes, but you never know.

  • Spending Cap: $10. I figure that's low enough it shouldn't put a hole in anyone's budget and even with shipping costs it should be pretty reasonable.

  • Nothing hazardous, perishable, or which may explode please. Unless of course you manage to stumble across an unused grenade in which just be sure to pack it carefully. I always thought it would be spiffy to have a grenade.

  • If you're interested, please respond by Sunday, NOVEMBER 24th.

I'm going to screen the comments so you don't go broadcasting your name and address to the whole wide world. If there are any questions or comments or whatever, just drop a comment.

Total Number of Participants: 6
Tags: gift exchange, holidays

  • I always wanted to step on Nermal

    I was reminded earlier today (well, I guess that more accurately it was early yesterday) about a site that I had seen before about garfield comics.…

  • Sell direct and cut out the middleman

    As much as we often focus on large and successful corporate websites, it's interesting to think about how teh internets has allowed people to go out…

  • Oh the drama

    I ran across a couple of sites earlier that I'm finding to be incredibly amusing. The first is the Encyclopeida Dramatica and the second is…

  • Post a new comment


    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded