Stonn. She is yours. After a time, you may find that having is not so pleasing a thing, after all, as wanting. It is not logical, but it is often true.Spock, Amok Time.*
I find this often used to be true of cosmetic purchases: I enjoyed the browsing, planning and agonising over a new collection more than the having. I seem to get less caught up in new collections now, and enjoy (and use) the things I have more. I find if I make myself wait a little while and not buy something the minute it comes out, by the time a couple of weeks have passed I don't feel the same yearning. This also means I have less guilt over the purchases I do buy.
Do you find this to be true? Do you find that once you've bought something you tend to enjoy it less, or do you resist the impulse adrenalin rush to buy?
*Quote from Star Trek. Incidentally, Spock is another of my lovely childhood nicknames, as I have very pointy ears.