A Festivus Miracle!

I know it’s not normal to write about Festivus in June. But, I didn’t get my 2013 Festivus gift’s until just this week! It’s been quite the wait, but in the end I think it was all worth it!

So what was so miraculous about Festivus last/this year? I got two of them!? I know, crazy right? I thought the person who was assigned to get me a gift had bailed or forgot or was overwhelmed with their own life and so I was not going to be receiving a gift. But my good friend, Nich, decided that people not getting Festivus gifts would not stand! And he went out of his way to make sure that I, and many other people, all got Festivus gifts.

But it gets better! Shortly after Nich had sent me a gift my original gift giver contacted me to let me know that my festivus gift was finally on its way! That’s right, two festivuses, festivii? Truly a miracle! Thanks to Nich and Stiv for the wonderful presents!

You can see all the loot below.

Festivus 2013 gift prime:

Nich's gifts
Nich’s gifts

 

This reminds me of a puzzle!
This reminds me of a puzzle!
Indie comic. This looks great and I'm looking forward to digging into the pages.
Indie comic. This looks great and I’m looking forward to digging into the pages.
Thanks for the fantastic, and unexpected, Festivus gift Nich!
Thanks for the fantastic, and unexpected, Festivus gift Nich!

The second, though original, Festivus gift for 2013:

I like where things are going...
I like where things are going…
Perfect companion to my Cocktails of the Week blog posts!
Perfect companion to my Cocktails of the Week blog posts!
A card game about wine!
A card game about wine!
homemade Kahaluah
homemade Kahaluah
Fruit infused vodka, also homemade
Fruit infused vodka, also homemade

Thanks to Steve for this great gift! It’s true what they say, good things come to those who wait.

Author: falselogic

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