Pumpkin cheesecake, $55, for obvious reasons.
Western wool coasters, $26 for four, plus a bottle of wine to drink together.
Bear address stamp, $65.
Zig zag cuff, $110.
Put an Egg on It, which proves that everything—from salad to buttered toast to leftover pizza—is more delicious with an egg cracked on top. $13.98.
United States cheese board (of her favorite state) plus cheese, crackers, honey, salami and chutney, $90. Party in a box!
Jacks, $6.50, “just for funsies,” as she would say.
A $25 microloan in her name to someone who needs it—such as a Kenyan farmer who wants to double grain production or a young Bolivian woman who needs school tuition. The coolest part: When the borrower repays the loan, the money returns to your account, and you can loan it out again to someone else.