Monday, June 9, 2008

Narrowing Father's Day Down

Ok, I'm getting close. Just a few more days and I'll have to choose. I know this is what men go through when it's their turn to choose a gift. I'm being a trooper though. I am hanging in there because I want something special for Father's Day. So I'm narrowing it down! And hey!, Don't hate 'cause I really could've just zoned out on ya!

Formula Racing Schools

Have you ever wanted to experience the thrill and excitement of driving a high performance Formula Racecar at amazing speeds around a world renowned racetrack? If so, stop dreaming. Our Formula driving schools have graduated some of the world's greatest drivers and are waiting for you.

Available at: Cloud 9 Living

Brightfed Lighted Slippers Headlights

These light-up slippers keep you from tripping or stumbling when you move through your home at night. When you put the slippers on, the pressure of your toes turns on the bright LED light in the toe to guide you to the refrigerator or bathroom without stumbles or stubbed toes

Available At: X-treme Geek

Brookstone Digital Photo Watch
Digital picture watch: James Bond meets Father of the Year. Our digital photo watch is just what you need to impress all your technophile friends. It's also the perfect way to keep your family close no matter where they are. This full-function watch displays up to 60 digital photos on a high-resolution LCD screen.

Available at: Brookstone

Pillowtop Hammock

Featuring generous, contoured padding that positions you in a comfortable “zero-gravity” position, our Pillowtop quilted hammocks combine the softness of your bed with the back-friendly positioning of ergonomic recliners. But unlike a bed or recliner, this weather-resistant beauty lets you relax in the great outdoors! Combine it with a gorgeous cypress hammock stand and get back to nature in ultimate comfort!

Available at: Brookstone

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Prada-Wide Legs or Flares

Several designers began rolling flared pants onto shelves, announcing the skinny-jean look of the last few seasons may finally be over. Prada, known for their oft eccentric extremes, really stretched the look when they re-introduced the ultra-wide mega flares of the ‘70s.
The print campaign for the Fall/Winter 2008 collection shows checkered pants that are skinny to the knee, then dramatically balloon outward. Not a look just anyone would be comfortable in.
What's old is new again. And I say, "Go on wit' yo' bad self, Prada." I personally happen to like wide leg pants. Depending upon who's doing them you get to see just how very creative the designers are. I could totally rock a pair of these pants without even giving it a second thought. They say, "Me." They are the perfect expression of me in denim, in plaid, in the pattern shown. I'm not saying I would wear them quite often but I would wear them for something different, strictly for me and if you don't like it so what! That's why there are "Individual Styles." Now I would probably have to do some serious consideration of what type of shoe I would wear. I mean I could go retro and choose a pair of wedges or I could go modern and pick a pair of stylish heels. I can think of so many different ways to wear wide legs. Looks like I'll get my chance this fall!
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