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Sunday, November 30, 2008

Christmas wish list!!

Christmas wish list.... I thought it might be nice to share our Christmas wishes with each other! So if you want to, post your list on your blog so we can read it.

I wish that the children without families could be adopted and have a family for Christmas & forever, I wish that Nancy gets lungs, I wish that my donor family is blessed with all they need, I wish my family is safe & happy, I wish Bryan finds a job, I wish the world would remember the real purpose of Christmas, I wish there were no wars, I wish there were a cure for CF.....and other diseases! I wish there were no suffering, what I wish for the most is for everyone to find happiness in their life. There is always something everyday that we can be happy & grateful for!!

OK......Well I also wish that I get some acting work...& a new wig or two :)
I'm trying to talk Bryan into putting up the Christmas tree & play my Josh Groban Christmas CD...he bought it for me last year after my transplant!!

1 comment:

Hanging out with the Riley's said...

Ok stinker you made the prego women cry in your last post!!! I don't need all those sweet words. I know that you would have done everything I did for you all those years because I know you are my best friend. Ok you might have not danced on stage in front of everyone in tights and a leotard at age 28. But you would have acted like a retard to get a laugh. Love you sis. By the way I can't get you anything on your wish list.....only Heavenly Father hands those types of gifts out. How about some gummie peaches...lol

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