Where Wishes are Granted Everyday

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Its 5 days before Christmas and everybody's getting ready for that one day in the year where we celebrate the birth of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. I know I have been a little naughty and there are some instances where I've been very bad. I am human after all. I am happy though that my family is living well despite these hard times with the financial crisis and all. The country is looking mighty nice in spite of what everybody else is saying. I'm more afraid of the coming election than the economic jitters from the US and elsewhere.

Even though I've been bad I still have wishes and aspirations in life. There are simple things to make my life easier and better. My brother just got in from Ireland and got me my very own white Play Station Portable (slim type). Who wouldn't be happy with that right? The gaming console I wanted so much for a few years is finally within my grasp. So I went ahead and had the firmware jazzed up so I could play games aside from the disc that came with it. I loaded tons of mp3's and music videos so I can listen to it all day long. When I was at the office, I kind of noticed everybody else was listening to their own set of mp3's since nobody had something great to listen to. I tried to look for speakers that I could use so everyone could enjoy what I was loading on my gadgets. I tried but I think it was just too expensive and "I'd rather spend it on something more important “I said.

I was thinking it was just okay, but when I got into the site http://www.sitonsantaslap.com/?utm_source=b things just started to change. Santa Claus even gave me a preview on what I'd look like when I get myself into a digital photo frame. The part I really loved was when they even got me into the story. I wanted this digital gadget all of a sudden and I knew I really should not stop wishing for something. They are really worth waiting for if you ask me, because even Santa hooked me up for what I wanted this Christmas.

If you get to this site, you'll get the chance to even sit on Santa's lap. That part was really fun! C.E.I.V.A. the original producers of the Digital Photo Frame just made my day twice sweeter. They'll even get you on Santa's list so he wouldn't forget what to give you for Christmas. If that isn't enough, there is an optional contest you can join if you are 18 years old and above, a resident of United States and/or Washington D.C. There would be a random entry selected for each day of the contest where you can win a cash prize of $500.00. Where else should you go if you got a wish right?



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