Good Morning Xangaland!!
The Following is an assignment for the Kween_of_Queens blog…..Go HERE if you want to read more Letters To Santa.
It has been many years since I have written to you and I truly hope that those years of neglect do not affect the efficacy of this letter. I do not usually find the question, “What do you want for Christmas?” daunting, but alas, this year I will admit it has given me pause. I have been forced to engage in intense ratiocination to complete this task set before me. But at last, I have a list.
For Christmas this year, I want the ability to put my hand in my pocket and pull out perfect change for anything and everything that I wish to purchase. Be it a BigMac or a Big screen I want to always have the means right here in my pocket.
I want to acquire the ability to remember in perfect detail all of the moments of joy in my life, and all the not so perfect ones. I want a veritable picture book of memories that I can access at a whim. Then I want the promise of a lifetime of them to fill that book.
I want to wholly understand at all times how blessed I am in this life. To appreciate the people, the details, and the freedoms bestowed upon me daily.
I want to conceive a child. To know that this Christmas will be the last without a ‘Baby’s First Christmas’ ornament hanging from our tree. The last year without wrapping paper strewn across my humble abode and forgotten in the bliss of another family Christmas. The last year of being barren.
I want the empty room in the front of my house to cease being my craft room and become the nursery that I painted into existence in faith over a year ago.
I want to be given the absolute answer on whether or not my husband and I will call this city home for much longer. I want to know if and when we are moving and most importantly, where? If our destiny lies elsewhere then I want the peace of mind that wherever we are placed, be it here or somewhere new, it is precisely where God needs and wants us to be.
I want to be surrounded and engulfed with my family. To always know that I am loved, and that through all of my struggles I will never be alone. I want them to know that I will do the same.
Not what you had in mind? Miracles a bit out of the budget this year? No problem I have a secondary list.
2) Desk Calendar
4) Movie passes
5) Cheese board and cutter
6) New camera
8) Bronco’s sweatshirt
(Probably still a little extravagant but what’s a girl to do?)
Most Sincerely Yours