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Saturday, July 29, 2006

Blogathon 2006 post #13

Once again this is the boy sitting in for my mom who is out cold on the sofa.

My birthday is only a month away!

I can't wait for my birthday because I will finally be able to get a job. I will be turning 14 years old in only 26 days. But lets put aside my joyous mood for a second, because I seem to have run into a dilemma. the problem is such, I don't know what to wish for on my b-day. For the years leading up to my 13th birthday I always had the same wish, I wished that the red sox would win the world series. However now that they have, I can't decide what to wish for. Should I wish for my mother's health, or perhaps I should wish for the money to pay for healthcare and insurance for the whole family. Either way, it doesn't seem very likely that those wishes will come true. so you see my problem is that maybe I should wish for an object, like a new guitar or an ipod, but in the end I might as well wish for the red sox to win the world series. Because that way I won't get dissapointed when it doesn't come true.
what have you wished for on your past birthdays?

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