A Mother’s Christmas Wishlist

It’s that magical time of year when Santa takes a discriminating look at his list of good girls and boys and grants Christmas wishes accordingly.  Dear Santa, you remember my twenties, clearly I’ve made SIGNIFICANT progress.  If you need someone to vouch for my growth, you can just give my mom, The Captain, a call.  I’m sure she’d be more than happy to detail my exploits for you and Mrs. Claus.

Anyway, I was just hoping you could find it in your ever-generous heart to indulge me this Christmas season.  Clearly I’m a changed woman.  I believe you’ll be able to find my name on the “GOOD” list this year.  Really, I’m all set with coal.  I’ve got PILES to burn from so many Christmases past.  (It’s blazing hotter than a couch on a front porch in West Virginia)

What do you say, Santa, can you give it a shot?  Here’s my Christmas wishlist:

  1. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  2. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  3. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  4. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  5. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  6. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  7. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  8. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  9. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  10. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  11. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  12. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  13. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  14. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  15. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  16. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  17. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  18. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  19. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night
  20. For Jeffrey to sleep through the night

C’mon, Santa.  Help a sister out.

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One Response to A Mother’s Christmas Wishlist

  1. Karin says:

    I love the picture!

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