Friday, December 24, 2010

December 23rd, 2010

Ok so your wondering why i posted the title as December 23rd, right? Don't lie to me, you were curious. Well i will answer that for you in a simple little sentence. That was my christmas (Dec. 25th) for 2010! Your wondering why i'm not having chistmas on Dec. 25th and i will let you in on a little secret. A lot of my family is working on Christmas day. My mom gets a lovely christmas bonus for working on xmas and some of my brothers are working as well. Hey, not every place is closed on christmas.

You can call this my official 'Christmas Post' for 2010 since i'm gonna give you the scoop on what i got for christmas. instead of telling you what i got, i figure i will just post some pictures and let the captions tell you the rest. I mean, it seems pretty logical to me. Now keep in mind that my parents were streching the dollar and hoping it wont stop, so i'm sorry that there won't be many pictures. haha.

Kirby game i got from my (super awesome) aunt!
 
I specifically asked for a jump rope, so i could start my exercise blog/videos (maybe blog, maybe vids) with some good equipment. My mom suprised me with a great Gold's Gym jump rope (Those are NICE!).
  
Hallelujah, I can finally shave!

I didn't exactly ask for Fleece Throws but i'll take it, they look warm!

 I hope that your fully satisfied with my Christmas List even though it's probably not what you would want on yours. I know that Christmas is all about the love and all the people you have in your life so that's why i'm glad i didn't zone-in on only wanting gifts this year. I really enjoy the company more this year, I guess it has something to do with the fact that i'm growing older.

The older you get, the wiser you should get, right? Well i think that is truly correct. The older i get, the less presents really seem important to me. I still have things i want, everyone does, no matter how old anyone gets, you, joe, bob, and myself are always going to want something. So it's not that i don't want squat, it's that i can finally see the true importance of christmas and i like it.

When you think about the holidays, you usually think about Thanksgiving or Christmas, unless your a weirdo and think your birthday is a holiday ... Its not. But that usually makes you think of something else. Money, Expenses, Cold Hard Cash. Yaaaa, your gonna be broke next week, sorry. No, but it's all worth it in the end, 9 outta 10 times.

Love is the greatest part of the holidays (expecially Christmas). You don't have to agree with me, but it's great when you got all your relatives in one room and your all talking and laughing and having a good time. Sharing stories from the past that you've heard 12 times already, but you still love it. That's the best part of christmas, times like that can beat any christmas gift, no matter how expensive or fancy it is! I am 17 years old which means i'm starting to be seen as an adult by all my relatives. When i talk, they listen to me and i actually feel like an adult.

I know i got a few years still until i'm a 'official adult' but feeling like an adult and being treated like one gives me an incredible feeling inside. I love all my family and know they feel the same way about me. That's why Christmas is so incredibly cool.

To close this blog i want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas! I hope your holidays are awesome and filled with all the love and happiness i felt and had at mine!

2 comments:

  1. Dear Zach, I hope you have a nice Christmas DAY even though your folks will be working. And jumping rope for extended periods of time is harder than it looks... you will get plenty of use out of that, though you might be too tall to do jumproping inside. :)

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  2. haha, I actually CAN'T use the jump rope in the house (or garage) so i g2g outside (which won't happen in the snow). Thanks for the good wishes, my Christmas day will be fun. My dad said we can play some *ahem* games and (not mentioned) hopefully we'll get some high scores to put on *cough* the device. Hope your christmas is full of happiness, laugher, love, and joy!

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