Have you ever given someone a gift that you secretly wanted yourself and talked yourself into believing that they really wanted it too, but they really didn't? Years ago I gifted my oldest son a large format ink jet printer, one that would print up to 13" x 19". He and his then girlfriend (now wife) had just returned from a trip to Italy, and I thought they might just love having HUGE photos of their trip, never mind that they lived in a small rental with no office space for a HUGE printer or wall space for HUGE photos. A couple years after the gift, I found out that the printer was still in the box. I jumped at the chance, being kind, of course, to "buy back" the gift. My son got a very nice check to get something he really wanted, and I got the printer! Win, win. Even though this printer is quite old by now, it still works quite well. Of course, every time I have to buy all the colors of inks that it uses, or specially order the giant papers, I realize it was a silly gift for a young kid. For a senior citizen, however, that loves to make digital art, it is a gem. I found I could order canvas sheets, have Carl build stretcher bars, and I have stretched canvas art in a jiffy. I have a collection of pictures of our kids and grandkids with fish they have caught. I cropped in on just the hands holding the fish, printed them, stretched them, and hung them in a row along the the windows in our sunporch. It is fun to have people guess the fisherperson and it is a great bunch of color. Addy, age 1.5 at the time, hadn't caught a real fish. She did, however, catch a play fish and was quite proud. The catch was captured, and displayed with those of the big kids. Five of our tribe have not made the wall, and it causes a bit of shame...I think this will be the summer they step up and Go Fish. New canvas will be printed and added to the wall. The mis-given gift just keeps on giving. Jerilynn P.S. THANK YOU for all the comments!! Ala Sally Fields: You like me!