Friday, December 10, 2010

What's on your list?

When you look back on this past year and tally your naughty or nice score, which is it? Lump of coal in your stocking or something you've been asking for? Will Santa slide down your chimney and pay you a visit or will Good old Rudolph turn his trusty red light out and head north?

I started thinking, “what do I really want for Christmas?” I started a list, below is what I came up with.

I want … to just be fit and healthy and never have to worry about what I eat. EVER!
I want … a system out there to stop all the “idiot drivers" out there.
I want … the world to be less judgmental of others who are different than the "Norm"
I want … the economy to start getting better and everyone has jobs!
I want … one of those average moments that instantly turn special. Please no surprises with this one, give me a heads up.
I want … children to understand violence begets violence.
I want … the "upper class" to live as the" lower class" for a while. Perhaps then the arguing over whom is more human would stop.
I want … a phone app that when I speak into it, it types out my words and sends it as a text. Hey the less I have to do the better. :-)
And finally, I want … A million dollars so I can do whatever I want with it. okay so this last one is a little bit selfish.

My wish for everyone else is...

Is that if you write, a printed million copies is not enough because Oprah just added you to her “must read” list. You have now arrived my friend! If you are an artist, your work is hanging in the Louvre. If you are a crafter, you own a huge shop in your favorite part of the world and it's widely successful.

However, if you are an average person like me, I want you to know that you are anything but average.

We are special! We might not have jobs, our security, but we still have helping hands and kind hearts.

This season say kind words to everyone you see, do some service for a friend or neighbor. Two gifts which are totally free. These gifts can do a lot of good for someone.


  1. Good "want" list. What a world if we all received them. Blessings on your CHRISTmas and may you have Joy on His special day.

  2. Okay...I'm hooked. Thanks for stopping by, and yes. I think we will be seeing a lot of each other. I'm following for sure! Beautiful blog, by the way :)

  3. Hi Melissa! Thanks for stopping by The Orchid Ribbon the other day, I really appreciate you visiting! Hope you have a great week! ~Cheryl

  4. Thanks for such nice comments! KD glad you like my blog!