So what do I want?
Immediately, I want twelve hours of uninterrupted sleep. I technically slept for almost sixteen hours on Tuesday but that was because I had a migraine combined with nausea, and it was very interrupted what with my alarm clock and phone calls, so I don't count that.
Oh lovely bed, if only I could spent more time with you.
In the near future, I would like our children to get over the post-Christmas, back to school blues, and Stop. The. Meltdown. Madness. every afternoon between 3:40 and 5pm. It's been out of control these past few weeks.
This is an old picture but, sadly, my current reality.
In the next month or so, I want a vacation to somewhere warm. I know we had major amounts of vacation last year, but given that winter has hit with a vengeance this week (currently -19C (-3F) with windchill), I would love to just get away and maybe do this again:
Why can't I always read in a hammock on a hot day with a cold drink? Why?
Always and forever, I will want a good book and lots of time to read it. I will never stop wanting that!
And a stack of good books combined with flowers is pretty much perfection!
And in a less selfish, "it's not always all about me" way, I want world peace and an end to climate change.
So that's what I want. What do you want?
Oh, and I also want this writing challenge to continue because it's been fun to write, and read, along with Emily and Amanda as they've also tackled these topics. But major high fives to them because they actually both managed to tackle all 30 topics in a very timely fashion, unlike yours truly. Ahem.