November 10, 2006

Wish List

I've been doing a lot of thinking about Christmas...

I'm interested to know what are some of the things people really want for Christmas regardless of its possibility.

So here's my question to all of you.

If you could receive your ideal Christmas gift:
What would it be?
And who would it be from?


Have a great weekend everyone!

8 comments:

urban butterfly said...

I like questions like this because they cause you to really stop and think! (And everyone who knows me knows how much I like to think!)

My ideal Christmas gift would be for my entire family to gather together at my Grandma's house in Michigan, for an entire week. And we would spend the week reminiscing, laughing, joking, eating together, thinking about plans for our future as a family, praying together and building upon our family unity. That would be the BEST Christmas gift ever!

By the way, thanks for stopping by my blog! =)

Emmanuel.K.Bensah II said...

Jennelly, a great one for me would be to have God bring back my one and only elder brother to Earth from heaven to spend a Christmas with me and my parents...

JenellyBean said...

Heyy Urban Butterfly...

That sounds like a very special gift. Is that gift possible? Maybe you could make that a family reunion event.

You don't have to thank me for stopping by, visiting my blog is gratitude enough.

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Sorry about your lossBrother Emmanuel...
That would be an extra special gift.

If you don't mind me asking, how long ago did your brother pass?

Stephen Bess said...

My perfect gift would be a full time job as a novelist! Oh, throw in a lap top and we're straight! :)

JenellyBean said...

Oooh that sounds like a fun gift Brother Stephen...
What do you do now?

lyre said...

I dedicated man to love me and keep my company.

Dancewithme2 said...

Nothing too deep - an engagement ring from my bf/bff/soulmate. That wouldn't actually be the gift. The gift would be the promise of another lifetime together (the ring would just seal the deal).

Emmanuel.K.Bensah II said...

Jennelley, that was in 1991. You never forget, but time heals the wounds...I still, to this day, feel sad when I see my contemporaries with their siblings. I wonder where mine went:-( So I make it a point to ensure that my kids-to-be will not feel as alone as I sometiimes feel...;-)

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