Pretty much like everything I’ve done this year, I write my letter to Santa with 5 minutes to spare. Then again, pretty much like everything else this year, I am doing it. I won’t be long, there is really only one thing I want. But before I ask for it, let’s do a short recap of 2010.
This has been a good but very tough year. I got a full-time job, kept my translation business going, and moved into my own house, which made my kids way happy. But along with it came additional responsibility, a more stressful life, and two or fifteen extra pounds. I have kept (as best as possible) in contact with my existing buddies, met a bunch of new people, and fixed one out of two broken friendships. On the other hand, I have lost free time, sleep, and a bunch of stuff when some bastards broke into my house last month. I also lost something that was never mine, only to find it again, and it is even less mine now than it ever was. Shucks.
I got 17 minutes to get my request in. Better get it done (ugh!). Dear Santa, this year all I want for Christmas is a little bit of will power. It doesn’t even have to be Costco-size; one of those travel-sized bottles they sell at Fred Meyer will work. I promise I got some cookies out for you (it’s ok, I didn’t bake them, they are yummy). I also have a couple of gallons of whole milk with Vitamin D, or Almond Vanilla milk. You can have either one, but the Almond milk has 1/3 the calories. I’m just saying.
Thanks for reading and don’t work too hard tonight.
PS. – If you are out of will power bottles, a good-looking Basque sugar daddy will do as well.
PS (bis). – A good-looking *single* Basque sugar daddy.
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