Thursday, December 24

Lesson #33 - Santa Comes To Those Who Are Patient

Dear Santa,

I know that I'm a little late writing to you this year...and I apologize for that. In the past I've always been the one who would write to you the day AFTER Chrsitmas - for the following year. It used to be that I was the overachiever...and that was just fine with me.

This year is a little different, though, Big Man. You see, that bundle of joy that was given to our little family in July has been keeping me up at night making me laugh until I cry getting me to cry until my eyes are puffy on my toes for the past (almost) six months. She is one of the best things that has ever happened to me. I always knew I wanted to be a mommy, but I never knew that it would be this fabulous! Even with all of the ups and downs and turned arounds...I wouldn't have changed anything that happened this year for anything.

So, you see Man in Red...I have been so busy enjoying the joys of life this year that I really haven't had the need to write to you asking for anything. I already have everything that I could ever need, or want, or desire in this world.

That being said, I would like to ask for a few things - on behalf of others. As our little fam was busy soaking up life, a brave little man was fighting for his own. Jaden Duttine is a mere two years old, but has already gone through more procedures in his short life than any person I know. So, if it isn't too much trouble, please make sure Jaden is home with his family for the holiday season!

I would also like to ask that you watch over Christine and her family as they spend their (possibly) last Christmas with her step-son. It is never easy to say good-bye - and even more difficult when that person is a child. I hope that you are able to give them a Christmas filled with happiness and fond memories.

I am fully aware that there are many more of my bloggy friends who need Christmas miracles this year...and as long as you've been reading each and every one of their posts (like I have been trying to do) then I'm sure you have quite an impressive list going! I know that you might not be able to get to all of them this year...but any extraordinary effort to do so would be much appreciated!

With all the joy in my little heart,

9 comments:

Monique-aka-Surferwife23 said...

That was very sweet!!

Amy said...

What a very kind and sweet post.

Merry Christmas to you and your family..

Shell said...

What a sweet post!

Sending out prayers to those who need extra strength this Christmastime!

Melissa B. said...

Oh, hope Santa brings you nothing but joy and laughter this Christmas season!

kcgirlgeek said...

I can totally get behind this letter to Santa. Christmas Wishes well spent, indeed.

SupahMommy said...

You are so sweet. Thank you. I visited your friend and will think of her and James and all of their family.

I hope that you saw the miraculous news about jaden. :)
xoxo

Secretia said...

Thanks for the expression of your good feelings for those who need it!

Secretia

...stay at home wifey said...

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas! This was deff. a sweet post!

Kristin said...

I sure hope Santa and the big guy were listening!!

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