My mother keeps nagging me to make a Christmas wish list. I feel bad because they're always complaining how we don't have money, and asking for presents kind of destroys the point of Christmas... but still, I'm going to make a list haha.

1. Ukulele
2. Kiki's Delivery Service sountrack - Japanese version
3. Winter drum line!
4. Oboe repairs
5. New jeans
6. Melodica?
7. Any CD by Miike Snow
8. Harry Potter 7 movie
9. New shoes!
10. Can't go wrong with nail polish...

and now i'm just making up stuff. I've already been promised the only things I'd actually be sad without.. Winter drum line, I'm doing, my oboe already is fixed and fine, and they promised me a ukulele bought from a local store. I picked it out myself but I can't have it until Christmas haha. Wow all music stuff.

The thing I want most of all but know I can't have is the trip to Belize. I junior curate at a museum and take care of the animals, and the group goes on an international trip to usually south or central America each year. This year it's Belize. I reallllly want to go because we're going scuba diving, canoeing, visiting preserves, and all sorts of wonderful stuff, but it's $4,000. argh.

Also, my parents argue that if I can't even handle the idea of going to college 20 minutes away, how am I going to do a couple thousand miles? Well... invalid argument, vacation is different than leaving forever. Sigh. But we're not going to think about that, because this week I am happy and breakdown free.

but anyway, my lovely readers, I hope your Christmas lists are satisfied and I hope you can fulfill those of others! :D

1 comment:

The Conductor said...

I went to Germany. It was so funnn! It's something that will be with me the rest of my life. I fell in love with Europe and I'll live in Dresden for two semesters in college. Then I want to live there. Tell your parents that leaving the country is a really eye-opening and educational experience! (cliche' I know)


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