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#1 of 5 Old 12-10-2013, 03:25 PM - Thread Starter
 
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What if Santa were real and you could get anything just by asking him? What would you ask for - for you, for your family, and for your kids?

For me, I'd like a Kindle Paperwhite. I have the old style Kindle and I'd love a touch screen and a lit screen. I might end up getting one after the holidays anyway.

For our family, I'd get us a vacation somewhere warm!

For the kids, I'd get a trampoline. (Yes, yes, I know . .. )

What about you?
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Another day with my parents.  Dad died in 2008 and Mom died in 2012.

 

I'd love one more time to tell them, once again, how much they were loved.

 

For tangible stuff, nothing, I have all that I could want.

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For me? A postive pregnancy test and a sticky babe, or a new camera lens (will most likely get the lens after christmas)

 

For DH? A trip somewhere tropical or Vegas just him and I

For the kids? A better immune system for their mom so all the plans of baking could come true. They have everything they could want or need, although new bikes would be good too but they are most likely getting those for their birthdays :)

 

For the family? A new stand up freezer, our deep freeze is tiny and I like to freezer cook and do one big shop and we have no space. With our weather being as bad as it has been lately it would be nice to have choices from the freezer and not feel like I have to brave the roads to get something for dinner. 

 

We are really truly blessed and lucky that we have everything we could need. Everything else is just a want :)

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does it have to be 'gift'? or could it be gifts too?:)

 

tickets to go see my mom

a car

some yoga classes

 

for dd who is obsessed with these youtubers - their merchandise

a gift card that she could use in her favourite book stores. of course it would take her half a day at least to find a book. we know quite a few small lovely book stores with lots of gifty things too. 

she loves boxes - so an interesting box. 


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I would love to ask Santa to bring back my sweet Gregory who died this past August. He was the best husband anyone could ask for! We had twenty wonderful years together and I thank God for each and every one. I miss him and love him so much. God is good all the time!joy.gif
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