And we are back.
We went on a really fun, quick camping trip this weekend. OK, it was glamping and it was great! Just what I needed to mend my broken heart. Because early Friday night, as the new iPhone went on sale I had it in my shopping cart within a minute of it being released! Happy as Larry with my $300 saved up I was about to have a dream come true. And then my wireless provider to whom we have been loyal for years, decided to bully me into changing my monthly plan in order to buy the phone. I said no and now I am sad to report I cannot buy a new phone yet. But Apple assured me they will roll out unlocked phones soon and I look forward to rocking up the largest data usage known to humanity one day as a thank you to my ungrateful provider. Meh. I couldn’t be bothered to prove a point really. But I do think that large corporations are wrong to not appreciate a good customer. End of rant.
So I was going to write about ten things I look forward to doing with my new iPhone but now I will do even better. Because real life is so much more fun then online version. Right?
Next week Ashlee calls for
10 CELEBRITIES I WOULD CHOOSE TO BE STUCK ON A DESERTED ISLAND WITH.
Make a list, check it twice, link it up. Read others. Have fun!
10 THINGS I LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING MY SON DO
1. Have a happy life.
Specially as an adult.
2. Bring home his first of many A’s.
I know most people say we should not wish for our children to be a certain kind of student and celebrate their grades whatever they are. But I want my son to be an A student. Because it is achievable and I want him to love studying and be proud to want to do well.
3. Finding love.
I look forward to my son falling in love. Be it once or over and over again.
4. Finding peace.
That overwhelming feeling that everything is the way it should be. I hope he has it every day.
5. Find his dream.
Although seeing him dream big will be plenty for me.
6. Be successful.
Whatever it will be that my son will be successful in I look forward to him enjoying it.
7. Admit I am right.
Cause I usually am.
8. Everything the first time I ask him to.
Before I seek therapy to deal with my constant nagging.
9. Make me a cappuccino.
I bet he already could but I am afraid to get locked up for letting a five year old steam milk.
10. Tie his shoes.
PLEASE!!!!!! I will give up coffee for a week if he can finally crack this one.