I know I’m supposed to have given up on my believe in you 20 or more years ago but, some years you just need to hang onto the belief to get you to the next one.
This has been one of those years and it wants to continue that way until the bitter end. I thought maybe we had gotten to the end of the bad of 2006 until Friday, then all that had to happen.
Now, Santa, I don’t want a lot of material things. I don’t need them, don’t have a home to put them in, anyway, and well, the material things just don’t mean that much to me anymore. I do have things I want, though:
I want a place to live, just Tony and me. A small apartment, one bedroom, would be more than enough for the two of us.
I want my family, all my family, to be happy and healthy and joyful and not hateful to one another. I want the part that needs to be healed, healed, so that life can move on. Life is too damn short for some of the things that have been happening.
Please take care of my nieces and nephews, blood related, marriage related, and those just related by love. Make them grow up to be the wonderful human beings that I see they have in them.
A year of good health for me would be wonderful. I’d really like a good report back from Friday’s surgery as well. A nice big report showing me that the hyperplasia is gone and that I’m done with these surgeries.
My blood sugar staying under 110 would be nice, as well. Since, I have been diagnosed as diabetic since Thursday, I know that I need to keep a tight control on them.
A wish for Tony to find a wonderful job that pays well enough for the two of us to have a home of our own. Yes, a material item but, really a needed one.
Tony to be well and never sick, always the wonderful man that he is, and a nice dose of happiness for him would be in order, as well.
Good health to my Granny, whose age seems to be catching up with her. I can’t imagine a world without her whirlwinding around it so, I wish her to be well.
And, last of all, I wish for love. An overaboundance of love. If there is nothing else in the world for me, love will do.