the wishlist

12_3_10.jpgMy children are aware that Christmas is in 23 days. Already they are making their preparations for the big day. Snow flakes already adore most of the windows in our house, our advent calendar is hanging above the fireplace and letters to Santa are ready to post. 

After ruminating long and hard over what she would write, my eight year old daughter, Liv, stood up from the kitchen table with a letter for Santa clutched in her skinny, little hands. Hope and excitement lit her face.

"Do you think Santa can bring whatever you ask for if you only ask for one thing?", she whispered.

"It depends what it is, I suppose", I answered nervously imagining pink polka-dotted unicorns and hot-air balloon rides to the moon being requested. I was surprised when she handed over her note.

Her words make me vacillate between laughter and tears....

I don't know what I'd do without these little people who make life so much harder and some much more bearable in one motion.

P.S. Briar asked for a remote control monster truck taller than his head. Not as emotionally charged, but certainly enough to strike fear in a mother's heart. How the HECK is Santa going to pull off Christmas????


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  • commented 2017-11-14 02:51:11 -0800
    It is really heart touching and I can feel the child’s love for his father. I have read many stories from http://essay-writing-service.reviews/ that are touching. But, this is a real incident and brought tears to my eyes.

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