Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Dear Santa

Dear Santa,

I have been good this year. I was nice to my brother and sister and listened to my parents. I treated my kids well and my grand kids better!

I treated others the way I want to be treated.

I have been especially good this month of December because of the Elf you sent to watch me. That Elf on the Shelf has been in every room of my house keeping an eye out to see if I was naughty or nice. He is relentless!

This year I can ask for many things. The Mercedes I always wanted, to sit in the sun some place with nothing to do just a drink in my hand and Clint beside me, a million dollars (now that would come in handy for sure), I can ask for peace on earth but I am sure someone already asked for that.

I really just want one thing this year. Well make that several~ but I would still consider it one thing.

I want to hear back from the Liver surgeon about my MRI. I had it done on Monday and I know he is a busy guy but I am waiting patiently for the results and I would love to hear from him as soon as possible. I want my energy back, I want these Chemo symptoms gone! I want my hair back and my humor... kinda lost almost all of those two things lately. All this may seem like a lot but really it is just about one thing.. getting better.

I want to be on the other side of this journey, a better person, a healthy person, a person who laughs more than cries, one who loves the simple things in life and I want to be surrounded by my family and friends. I want to see my grandsons grow up to be big handsome boys, still running to kiss and hug me no matter what the age. I want to grow old with Clint and love life like I always have.

So there is my wish list. I hope you can get me what I want and one more thing~ can you make it sooner than later!

Thanks Santa, I know you gets tons of requests but mine is simple and I have been good.

Love, Susan 

1 comment:

  1. Susan: My dearest Mother, God Rest Her Soul, would always say "Patience is a Virtue You Cannot Accept "!..and I would say, you're right, and she would say I needed to learn that one... & to this day, I have not totally learned it, but I am trying, and now I say "Hail Mary's" non-stop while I will receive your "answer" soon..I just know it.. Love, Lynda Z.