Friday, December 10, 2010

All I Want For Christmas

"Santa can you hear me, I've been good this year, and all i want is one thing."

In two weeks, it's gonna be Christmas! I feel a little sad, because I know for sure I won't be opening even a single gift. Add to that, no Christmas party to attend to. Isn't that really sad?

Anyway, though that is the case, I still would want to share my Christmas wish list. Who knows, things might change? Suddenly, someone might think of giving me something to open on Christmas eve. 

What I want for Christmas:

- a really good book (a handy Bible would be the best)
- lots of pen (of different colors - been influenced by a friend)
- a cute journal (something that looks vintage)
- a very useful and cute organizer 
- more true friends for keeps
- a long-lasting job
- a love that lasts a lifetime
- happiness for all
- peace in every person's heart

More than the material stuff, I am looking forward to receiving gifts that would make me a better person. I am hoping to be blessed with gifts that would mold me to become the person God wants me to be. With all honesty, it's hard to list down material things that I want. Maybe because I know in my heart that it's not what I need. After all, I can always buy one when I really want it - I just need to work hard first and not ask it for an instant.

Also, I guess I have really grown up. Looking at my list, I am no longer looking forward to having something that would only last a few days. Now, I am more into gifts that would not only benefit myself but others as well. :)


(Advance) Happy Holidays to All! :D




4 comments:

gillboard said...

you're a nice person pam, i'm sure you'll receive what you asked for. :)

Pamela said...

thanks gillboard. :D

Yffar said...

i felt guilty after reading your wish list, hehe.

may they all come true, especially your last wish... XD

merry christmas pamela! XD

The Lady in Green Ruffles said...

what a nice wishlist! though ul not be opening wrapped gifts, i know ur family is already an open gift u shud be thankful for