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Dear Santa

I am so not into the . Not or Xmas/Hanukkah (same difference). And I’m perfectly happy to forgo all of the traditions that go with them, including the gifts exchange. It’s just all so forced.

So needless to say I didn’t rush out to shop the Black Friday sales. I’d rather walk on broken glass.

However, I did take a few minutes to think up my own personal wish list and as usual, none of the things I want can be bought in stores.

Please oh please oh please can I start that healthy sometime soon? I know that it’s going to take a lot of work from me. That I’m going to have to unlearn a lot of my old habits and learn some new ones. I’m totally game and completely ready.

And about the guy. I’ve already written about my and .Well, I have one more thing to add to the list. Just one. I’d like the guy to be someone I can be completely honest with. That means I can tell him about this blog (after we’re really comfortable with one another) and if he to he can read it and he’d be totally cool with it. Totally cool. And I could tell him about everything I’ve ever done and ever wanted to do (if it came up) and he’d be cool with that too. No fibbing.

The last thing on my wish list has nothing to do with men or sex or relationships. It belongs on this list, but not on this blog. I’ve been trying to ride the wave of a major career transition over the last year. It was my choice, I initiated it. And, of course, nothing has gone the way I thought it might. My wish is that things start to get a little easier. See, I’m not asking for a miracle. No big book contract or surprise benefactor. Just for things to get a little easier.

That’s it. Just those 3 little things. Zero dollar value on any of them. I don’t think it’s too much to ask for.

BTW, I have a date with The Freelancer tonight. Details as it happens on Twitter.

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3 to “Dear Santa”

  1. bobbyboy says:

    I hear you about the holidays. They have become way too commercial, sad.

    Honesty, ah yes, a favorite of mine. I can’t agree more as I feel two honest people can go on forever and still want it to continue. I have found over all, that complete honesty seems to be the rub here. One needs to completely trust the other. It takes a lot of strength in trust to deliver our volnurability’s.

    I think Santa can handle that list :)

  2. lisaq says:

    Can I just say bah humbug? Funny, I just put in my list with Santa. Pretty sure we have the same list. Well, except for the career transition thing, but I’ll be happy to amend mine and add it for you. ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. SINgleGIRL says:

    I need all of the help can get right now, so if you could ask Santa for me I would SO appreciate it.
    That honesty thing has been on my mind a lot lately. A lot.