Well hello there. It’s fast approaching Christmas 2015. I want to highlight that it is 2015 because this has been going on for far too long.
It was 2007 when I first had this amazing wish for Christmas. I requested your services and was left disappointed.
I put my heart in your hands for the second time in 2008. Again… much disappoint.
2009? Yet again…enttäuschten. (That’s German for disappointment in case your German is not up to par)
I gave you the finger in 2010.
A year later in 2011, I felt bad for the finger. I sent my apologies and tried again. The disappointment continued.
Despite learning from my mistakes, I tried again in 2012. I was covered in sticky disappointment. The world was supposed to end in 2012. What if it had ended? The guilt you would have been left to endure for the eternity of your imaginary life.
That finger rolled out of my hand again in 2013.
You got two harsh fingers in 2014. And no I don’t feel bad. You should feel bad.
Present day: 2015 – Hi. Shall we get on with this? I haven’t even posted a single thing to my blog for over a year. That’s how serious business I am. Let’s put all of this behind us and become the best-est friends anyone will ever know? I’ll even break it down with more details… JUST in case you have been unsure of my wish this entire time.
For Christmas I would like to spend the evening watching “Edward Scissorhands” with someone special. It’s a great movie, don’t judge. The someone special? Simply someone special. Someone that isn’t a jerk. Someone that’s cool. I’d like to have a soft drizzle of snow coming down outside. Not like a foot of snow….or even an inch. Just some freaking snow to be lightly coming out of the sky aimed in my direction. So that once the movie is finished, we could go for a walk outside. I could imagine that we are walking in our very own personal snow globe. Hence the soft drizzle of snow mentioned above. There’s this scene in the movie where Edward is creating a beautiful piece of art out of ice. The ice shavings are floating in the air. Kim walks out and twirls around in the ice shavings as if it’s a snowfall. It never snowed there and this was the closest she could get to twirling around in a soft drizzle of snow. The camera angles really made it feel like I was holding a snow globe and watching it come to life in my hands. This was a “feels” moment in the movie…considering what happens only moments later. THE FEELS. Stop judging me!
I hope that was more detailed for you, Santa. I hope that you understand it. I hope that you bring these feels to me. I’d appreciate the feels.