Santa Clause Letter

On a day which was meant to be relaxing and mellow, my husband announced that the time had come for us to clean up out the garage. Seeing the look of horror on my face, he quickly rephrased his statement. Acknowledging just how much I do during the week, he suggested that I sit and do nothing while he attended to the chore.

Doing nothing is not really something I know how to do, nevertheless it sounded a lot more appealing than cleansing the garage. To prevent feeling guilty, I went upstairs and made an effort to do nothing

A few hours later, my hubby came in to the bedroom using a smile on his face along with a stack of papers in his hand. “Letters to Santa,” he announced. He dropped them on the bed and headed back to the garage.

As I began reading the letter our kids wrote a long time ago, I couldn’t help but smile at how silly and gullible they were then and just how evolved and mature they have become. I Then had an understanding — why not get everyone to create a letter to Santa this season? It might be fun and interesting to view how their wish lists changed as they have started up.

At dinner, I announced my idea and was pleasantly surprised when my “gang” didn’t believe that I needed lost a marble or two. Afterwards, everyone disappeared within their rooms to compose their letters. Surprisingly, it took them much longer this time around around.

As I read their “evolved” letters, it quickly became evident that the priorities have changed but their values haven’t. I found that toys were substituted for “boys” or “girls.” Getting good grades was substituted for obtaining a good solid degree. Health insurance and happiness was a priority for many, and peace on earth was an essential concern. It warmed my heart to find out that my husband and that i did something right, that people raised kids with good values and gold hearts.

My partner and i also had similar requests of Santa. Having Said That I, needless to say, had much more. First on my own list was immunity from acquiring any further pounds as I get older (enough is enough!). I want that awesome body I never had, the legs that turn heads, and also the flawless skin without wrinkles. I want my 20/20 vision to stick around just a bit longer and menopause to pass through me by unnoticed. I would like to be constantly, obliviously happy. And did I mention I wish to be skinny?

These were fun things to request, but should you read my entire list you would probably notice that the truly important items came right at the end. I want the world to be at peace. I asked for our kids to become happy and healthy. I asked for ckogtd parents and grandparents to be around us for quite some time in the future. I asked to be able to enjoy my children along with their children, and that i wished to continue being crazy about my husband as much as the day I married him.

Following this fun exercise, all of us sat down to talk about what we should wanted and how we will get it. Regardless of what we requested, most of us agreed using one thing — whether you feel in Santa or otherwise is irrelevant. The key would be to have confidence in yourself, then write down your list and go after it. Whenever you have confidence in yourself, the sky is the limit!

Santa Letter..

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