My computer. *Hugs computer* :)
new 300 count sheets
Puppies allow awwws from everyone.
My 1990 Mazda RX-7 shell and parts to fix it up. What made it worth it? My son learned a lot about mechanics from working on it and then we spent most of a summer together while he taught me how to drive stick shift and how to accelerate at the apex of the corner to get the best exit time. For my money I got an education for my son, more time with him and a fun car to tool around in!
my Epson printer $200 what jacked up the price is the continuous ink delivery system . my previous printer cost $50 but the ink cartridges cost $40 . now I can top off the external ink reservoirs as needed . 3 yrs now and I still have over half a case of ink left . $25 for a case btw . The photo qualities are excellent it even prints on CDs
Strange though it may seem... my computer keyboard. It's an old Dell from a computer that was trashed years ago, but I'll even plug it into my laptop when I'm working. I dread the day it dies. I may have to get a real job.
Well even though I have never had to use it (and hope I never do) my $200 First Aid kit is worth ever penny and then some. Cheers!
It's a commercial class kit - its kind of scary just looking at some of the things in it - like if you had to use them you must be bleeding pretty bad. I do a lot of chain sawing so I figured it wouldn't hurt to spend a few extra bucks and get a good kit. Cheers!
A reading chair
Plane tickets to London for the Olympics.
Ferro Roche, my amazon kindle.
Almost 40 years ago I bought a 2 wheel "hand truck" cart from Sears on sale for $10. I have used it thousands of times to move thousands of heavy items. Its moved heavy refrigerators, tons of books, sacks of cement, wall board, the list is endless. My cost has been way less than 1/100 cent per use.
weng-weng could pierce bronsnan with a katana blade
A pair of biker gloves, saved my palms lotta times, and today also, they are so worn out, I use them to cover my eyes while sleeping in sun