The beginning of December is the unofficial start to the holiday season. As I sit placidly in front of my computer screen, I contemplate what I would like for Christmas. At this point in my life, I have overcome the longing for products sold at Toys R US and stores similar. I want meaningful presents. Perhaps, a digital camera to record meaningful events and people in my life; a picture speaks more words about a moment then I will ever have the ability to communicate. Or maybe a brand new couch to store in my room. It would enhance the ambiance of the room by making it more hospitable for my guests. I guess these aren’t too meaningful though; too materialistic…
OOOO!!! I’ve GOT IT! I WISH FOR SANTA 🙂
Quite juvenile I know. But it would bring such good cheer. I mean, a big, plump, blithe, elderly man with the energy and gumption to fit through a chimney that is too small a space for him. He spends his entire year making Christmas awesome. But I guess that my only wish for Santa would be to have everyone from my semester packaged up in big box and shipped (in a fragile way of course) to my living room. That way I could have everyone, and I mean EVERYONE I love with me. OOP OOP, this isn’t possible. But I do hope, that you the reader can: A) discover what you want for Christmas or whatever holiday you celebrate, B) make sure you don’t scorn those who give you presents, because it is the thought that counts, and C) MERRY HOLIDAYS AND A FRUITFUL NEW YEAR!