lotusbiosm: (god bless)
[Poll #1101832]

Please let me know if you have any information that might make me not want to give to one of the above groups, or if you have a suggestion for someone who does the same work better.
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I have a dillemma. At least one of my coworkers has bought me a Christmas present. Now, I celebrate Christmas, so that's not the issue. The issue is that I'm a grad student, and there are other people I'd rather spend my time and money shopping for than people I work with, especially when I don't know what to get these people.
So, I need advice on what to do.
I could bake them something (not that I'm a fantastic baker, but I don't suck).
Or I could get something from Heifer International. But if I did, I'd need to decide on what to get.
The latter is more appealing in terms of it being more meaningful, and it helping people, and being easier to do. But the former means they get something more tangible.


Aug. 26th, 2005 06:20 pm
lotusbiosm: (Default)
So, with the remaining money on my Barnes and Noble gift card, I was thinking about buying myself a cookbook. What do you think:
The Joy of Cooking or The Betty Crocker Cookbook?

EDIT: Based on A) the votes here and B)the fact that my father will be bringing a (probably very old) copy of the Betty Crocker Cookbook when the parents come to visit, I have ordered a copy of The Joy of Cooking from Barnes and Noble online, and it is being shipped to me.


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