What I Got For Christmas

Today is the day we all take stock of what we received this holiday. And by “taking stock” I’m referring to that honest and very private evaluation of the gifts. We may have smiled and said “You shouldn’t have!” yesterday, but today we may be saying to ourselves  “No…you really shouldn’t have.”

This Christmas I managed to receive only gifts that were useful and wanted. One of them was a nice, fat gift certificate from Garden Tool Co. They have so many different garden rakes, cultivators, edgers,…and the list goes on. Already I can tell it’s going to be hard to decide what to get. That’s when I got the bright idea of asking you, my loyal readers, what you think I should buy. If you could buy one really well made tool to add to the ones you have, what would it be?

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