Evvvvvery year I take Mother’s Day to really think about what I REALLY want. Every year it changes, which is good. I noticed one year all I wanted was twenty minutes for a bubble bath. Well, I still haven’t had a bath in years (I shower people, I shower!) but I think I could probably take those 20 minutes. Things are getting a bit easier (phew) but believe me, I can still think of about 1,000 things I’d love from the practical (umm… new socks) to the ridiculous (unlimited spending spree?)
So here goes….
A week of meals not made by me.
A self-cleaning high chair and self-cleaning floors.
A session with a personal stylist to sort out my closet and tell me how to put together my clothes.
A private jet to take me and my family to England to visit my sister and her family (including a nephew I’ve never met!)
Doughnuts. But good quality doughnuts.
A meal out with my husband without the kids. Preferably to somewhere my kids would find difficult like a ramen noodle place.
An ice cream from Kem Coba. Delivered and not melted. Or just a Dairy Queen Skor/Oreo blizzard.
A girls night out, but one where I’m totally awake and not falling asleep. So a girls night out at around 10:30 am. (But day hangovers are the WORST)
Sangria on a terrase in the warm sun.
A massage and a mani/pedi.
OK, I think that’s enough for one year!
What about you guys!??