I wish that you needed me. I wish that you knew me enough to know that when I said two sugars, I actually meant three. I wish that I was the glue that held your heart together. I wish that without me, you’d be spending the rest of your nights awake. I wish that without me, you couldn’t eat. I wish I was the last thing on your mind before you went to sleep. I wish you didn’t need me to tell you straight up how I felt, because you’d realize it on your own by the way I act when you were around. I wish you loved me, but I know you never did.
Since it’s December already, i’m going to post the ever-so-cliche christmas wishlist i do every year. I am very much aware that I won’t be receiving most things on this list, simply because my friends are kuripot and i’m pretty sure that my family doesn’t even know that my blog exists. But nevertheless, here it is, my 2013 christmas wishlist:
1. The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight. Remember last year when I had that whole Keri Smith book obsession? Well, i’m over it, and right now, I want to read books which I could actually read and not wreck.
2. 1 TB Hard drive. Simply because my laptop has barely enough space for movies, documents, and books. I don’t want to delete any more files and end up regretting after.
3. Nike Air Max. After I recovered from Dengue last November, it dawned on me how I haven’t been healthy for a very long time. I’ve already been eating well lately, so I’m planning to couple my “Get Healthy” plan with exercise.
4. A doggy Daycraft planner since I’m a planned out bitch and I can’t live without my planner. I know I have a lot already, but I just can’t help it. Plus it looks good on this list.
5. A new phone. I know this is too good to be true. I mean, who gets a new phone during Christmas, really? WHO. I am not in particular with any kind of phone, but I really REALLY need a new one since my old phone fell into a bucket of ice cold water. So yeah.
So that’s basically it, my “I wish I could have everything, too good to be true” Christmas wish list. How about you, what do you want this Christmas?