Sensible Wishes

Besides good health and time spent with my family, here my sensible birthday wishes this year:

Books by Haruki Murakami and Jane Austen
New painting materials + spare time to really paint:
Lessons on pattern making and sewing:

And the most sensible of all, more flat shoes for all the errands I have to run:
Birthday Wish!

ps. I know the Jeffrey Campbells are not flats. I have been secretly desiring them for months now! Who hasn’t right?
11 more days to go before my birthday — the books are available at Fully Booked or National Bookstore and the painting materials can be found in Visayan Bookstore or National Bookstore. The shoes??? Well, I accept local ones inspired by these amazing ones! *wink*
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26 thoughts on “Sensible Wishes

  1. hehehe perfectly sensible items for a birthday wishlist! especially the shoes! are you looking for one pair or all?? 😉 lol


  2. 🙂 I love Jane Austen. I get lost in her words..over and over and over again! I can't seem to fall out of love for it even though I've been out of college for some time now :p

    I hope you get all your want and more 🙂 Pretty humble list 😀


  3. i love jane austen books! especially pride and prejudice. and gorgeous selection of flats, i agree, they are kinda non negotiable during errands haha


  4. I love Jane Austen. Such an amazing writer. First time hearing about Haruki. Might have to check out some of those books.

    I wish I knew the first thing about sewing, then I could put those patterns to use. Might invest in a sewing machine soon.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog 🙂


  5. You like Murakami and Austen. You've got great taste!! And those shoes….

    I hear you there, when you talk about “spare time to really paint”… sigh.. I want to fill sunny afternoons painting……


  6. i wish i could learn pattern making too 😉 there's this really cool book which i bought for my sis when she was studying fashion design ~ its called pattern magic; it's all in japanese, but the patterns are love 😉


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