The last commandment is definitely a struggle. Exodus 20:17 reads "You shall not covet your neighbor’s house; you shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or male or female slave, or ox, or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor."
Hi, my name is Jamie, and I'm a coveter. (followed by rousing chorus of: "Hi, Jamie.")
Since the first step is admitting you have a problem, here are my current coveting issues:
1. Mary Poppins Vinyl Silhouette (I will admit I didn't spell that last word without assistance.)
I love Etsy. I love Mary Poppins. I love $15 price tags. (This particular artist has other vinyl art.)
2. Ganz Cupcake Measuring Spoons
I'm sorry. Did you just cringe from the cuteness of these? You should have.
3. Sterling Silver Initial Pendant
Have I mentioned I love Etsy? This artist is from my 3rd home of Atlanta, Georgia and does her beautiful work by hand. She can design any letter you like, but really - the "J" is the prettiest. Buy it.
Every kitchen wants this. It comes in THIRTY different colors, but green apple was birthed for my kitchen. FYI HUSBANDS: This is one appliance a wife would not pout about.
This is going to run me about $3,000 so I'll likely not buy it on impulse. But if you put your ear close to the screen, you can actually hear the pied piper calling me to pour the asphalt.
BONUS: Tauntaun Sleeping Bag
ThinkGeek actually featured this on their website as an April Fool's Joke and I couldn't be more upset. I need to own this. I mean, seriously. It has intestine pattern on the interior. HOW CAN I NOT OWN THIS?
What do you covet? (Or are you cool with what you have and how did you manage that satisfied feeling?)