Jerry's (No Particular Order !)
DVDs (and DVD/CD Holders),
Cathi's (No Particular Order !)
DVDs (and DVD/CD Holders),
Toys for 18 - 30 month old toddlers,
( DVD+R, DVD+RW, CDR, CDRW, ect . . .)
Computer Related (Hardware/Software):
An EXTERNAL (S)VHS to IEEE-1394 'firewire' converter
box (w/ bundled software please) to be able to save/convert VHS tapes
DVDs are always a good bet with Jerry.
(These are just ideas - Subjects that interest me - No Particular Order)
Series DVD Set
- Lost Archives Genisis Revisited
Mysteries - Myths and Legends (DVD)
of the Millennium - Aliens And Man: Where Do We Ccme From (DVD)
Fathers - Box Set (DVD)
History of Britain - The Complete Collection (DVD)
Blaine: Fearless (DVD) (Magic)
- Life Out of Balance (DVD)
Wicksboro Incident (DVD)
Are Not Alone: The Secret NASA Transmissions - The Smoking Gun (DVD)
Beverly Hillbillies: Vol 1 Classics (DVD)
for Guffman (DVD)
(DVD) Jerry Seinfeld
Carlin - You are all Diseased (DVD)
Night Live - Best of Chris Farley (DVD)
Python: The Life of Python - Boxed Set (DVD)
Rutles: All You Need Is Cash (DVD)
The Star Wars Trilogy Box set
The Lord Of The Ring Trilogy Box Set
Indiana Jones Trilogy Box Set
Back To The Future Trilogy Box Set
laptop work table folds to fit in laptop case:
insulating curtain liner for patio door:
hangers" to prevent slippage and shoulder marks:
toilet flush handle:
flat vacuum attachment to clean inside dryer lint trap & under appliances:
breaker finder tool:
platform truck for moving heavy boxes:
plate splatter covers:
brush for cleaning screens:
ear warmers available at REI or online at Plow & Hearth:
lighter adaptor powered light "Dashlite":
Paper cutter, similar to the "mat cutter" in the Aaron Brothers
ad. Capable of cutting through thick cardboard with a clean cut. Replaceable
or sharpenable blade and alignment grid. Used is OK as long as it works.
For cutting photos, brochures, business cards and such.
Year One gift certificate to buy things for "the Great White"
('72 Chevy Impala). ($$$$)
Car starter cable (instead of jumper cables) that connects from one
car's cigarette lighter outlet to the other's. No opening hoods or dirty
hands involved. Yes I know how to hook up jumper cables. But this seems
a more elegant solution when AAA's not available. Seen most recently
in "The Luggage Center" catalog but have seen it other places
before. Around $20 but a used one would be fine so long as it works.
USB cellphone recharger. Cable that has a USB connector on one end and
a power suppply connector on the other. To fit my Kyocera phone (standard
round connector, 3.5mm I think) $15 or less
Briefcase-sized umbrella that won't invert in the wind. I'm always losing
umbrellas so don't pay a ton for one. May in AZ there's a Freecycler
who has one to give away since they never need it. Duplicates of this
item are welcome and appreciated.
Space Bags of the vacuum-attachment variety, particularly the garment
bags. I find the roll-it-up variety don't work as well for me.
Motorized sweater defuzzer ($10 range)
Coleman Powermate cordless, rechargeable air compressor/tire inflator
Memory foam slippers (full-foot not backless slip-ins) (around $10)
Cathi enjoys DVDs too . . .
White - They Call Me Tater Salad (DVD)
The Cable Guy - Git-R-Done (DVD)
Any George Carlin ...
Any Bill Cosby ...
Any SNL with "full skits"
- not snippets of skits ...
The Matrix Trilogy (?) ...
An (S)VHS to IEEE-1394 'firewire' to be able to save VHS to DVD.
Wall decorations that have the Alphabet and numbers
on it, or perhaps an Alphabet puzzles and/or counting puzzles for his
age (18 - 30 months)
Hats (that stay on),
Mittens for cold rainy season,
(We already have a couple
jackets for Kai)
Sweaters, Long Sleeve Shirts, Pajamas,
Socks, (He wears baby size 5 shoes now and will probably through spring).
(Note: We already have a LOT of pants/overalls for Kai)
Blocks" (per Cathi - since she's noticed that Kai is into "stacking
/ tearing down" lately.)
A Tricycle (or gift certificate for one).
(He has a red wagon and a
Note: We now have ALL the available "Baby Einstein"
DVDs. Thank You Very Much :)
Kai regularly watches Sesame Street
(Mon - Fri) so any related Sesame Street videos and/or DVDs would be