It wouldn't be Christmas at the Johnson house if I didn't post the year's Geeky gifts. Christmas Eve was a traditional turkey dinner (since I was in the hospital over Thanksgiving), and like a 5-year old I woke my husband up about 5 a.m. because "There's presents. . . and coffee. . . did I mention COFFEE".
This year there was more of the practical for him as his work has his traveling, often to places colder than here. So warm vests, hats, sweaters, pj's, etc., and then, the fun stuff.
His stocking had an assortment of toiletries and snackables as well as the next Green New Deal vehicle. The balloon didn't have the face of a politician on it - but we might remedy that.
"Really Honey - you bought me a broom?"
Oh wait - it's a disguised walking stick - made out of a deer antler and hickory - because hickory is perfect if you need to whack the )*# out of someone because they called your "walking stick" a "cane" (PT on the leg IS going well, up to walking 2 miles a day now but it's been uphill).
For extra safety, I can walk with the guy with the flashing LED beanie.