Kit Cat Clock

Kit Cat Clock

The Holidays are great because it is an excuse to get presents that you would never buy for yourself but you secretly want. Like this kit-cat clock. It makes me smile and that is what the Holidays are all about!

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  • Next time you have a brainstorm while showering, you'll be able to write it down on this erasable shower board! You'll never forget anything again!

  • What fun for home or office

  • I've been looking for a chart like this. Specifically a stretching chart. I can't quite tell if the images are photographic or illustrated, but it appears to be a great exercise tool.

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