What I want for Christmas

If you follow my blog you will know that I love giving.

When it comes to giving I tend to know exactly what everyone wants as over and above giving, I am a good listener and I hear and remember what people told me they liked.

When it comes to me however people tend to forget. I am also not the kind of person who readily shares WHAT I WANT.

I am one of those incredibly unlucky folk who has a birthday SMACK BANG in the middle of January. That time of the year when people would rather ignore the fact that you have a birthday because they are broke after the festive season.

Because I too am entitled to have a good birthday and because I deserve getting what I want – once in a blue moon – I am going to share what I want for Christmas. So here you go universe… my list of frivolities for Christmas and my birthday. I would appreciate it if you manifested some good stuff.

5 Kong mice for my cats. (This is for me…) I LOVE watching them delve into the happy vibes that only cat nip can bring.

These Kong mice are from Take a Lot but can be found at Checkers and Vet Stores

Food, sterilisations or utility boxes for The Pavilion Cats: This is what makes me happy… watching how this scheme evolves over time and become something magical.

Return plane tickets from Durban to JHB would be amazing as it would make my mother and children very happy…

If it has to physically be for me a voucher for books, music or dvd’s easily sends me into euphoria.

Last year for Christmas my husband bought me a bottle of perfume made from essential oils. I would love for the bottle to be refilled. Any bath / shower / beauty items with the same scent would be very much appreciated. (I have no idea where he bought it from) Yes, I love receiving “bath” gifts….

I would LOVE a new hair dryer. Mine packed up – wit my asthma and being a mom this is a simple pleasure I really can’t live without. I don’t need anything fancy… a simple Clicks Safeway brand will do.

If I had to go to the more expensive side of things, my gold necklace broke after a few moons and I would like to have another one so I can wear my charms again….

To those wealthy folk who can afford regular holidays and don’t have children going to high school LOL…. My Cannon Camera broke. I have been attempting to save to get a new one but you know how that goes… when you do have children who need new stationery and uniforms…. Photography takes me to my happy place.

isn’t it beautiful? This would be an upgrade – the FUN I could have

I would LOVE for the universe to manifest a new home. One with a garden so my children and animals can play outside, without the worry of drunken druggie abuser neighbours running them over.

That would be it really…

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About Di

Di believes that the most important and most fulfilling “job” she has is being a mom of two. She is an animal communicator. Her greatest passion is animals and their welfare. She enjoys writing about animals and topics to help others with their spiritual growth.

Posted on December 9, 2013, in Animal Welfare, Di's Articles, Family, Inspiration and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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