Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Being Visited By The Ghost of Xmas Future

And now, to finish the holy trinity.



I look out the window: it's freaking cold out there - snowing, actually - and I dress in a thousand layers before I dare face the White Christmas outside my door. My first White Christmas.
No family around, so I doubt there'll be turkey. That's fine, there are more important things after alll, as amazing as that sounds, even to myself.
I mean, I'm in a completely strange place - nay, country - with new people around me, and I have no idea what I'm gonna do tonight. All I know is I'm gonna meet my new friends and see what's in store for us this Christmas night. As long as no one gets drunk and starts yelling "Holly Night", it's all good!

At least, that's how I envisage my next Christmas. Somewhere far, far away - let's see how 2011 goes. I don't know what the future brings, but I know it's gonna be great.

2 comments:

RicAdeMus said...

Here's to great expectations!

Ugh, I know, I should be ashamed going for that easy joke. Sorry!

I like your projected 2011 Christmas setting. Cold and snow, but with turkey too! It will provide great stories for you to share with your grandchildren.

Rml said...

Awww, I liked the joke! I thought it was witty! Am I lame?... =P