Merry Christmas to you all! I hope you are joyful on this glorious day, when the Salvation of the world, baby Jesus, was born. I wish you all to be able to spend this brilliant day with your loved ones and I wish your wishes come true.
I know it's long, but take a moment and read this journal entry. I would be glad.
I'm delighted. I spent an amazing day with family and friends. I was on Mass early in the morning, I visited my Grandma, I ate tasty food, I got not what I thought I wanted, but what I didn't even know I wanted and needed. I got a cup with Heimerdinger splash art on it, a new red cravat which I love, a little green dragon you put on your finger and it acts as a doll for telling stories and a big chocolate.
I'm also tired, but in a good way. The wear of an honest man. Me and my siblings worked hard to help our mom to prepare everything for Christmas. Baking cookies and cleaning up is unbelievably tiresome, but so satisfying. And it all turned out beautiful.
My college is going well, but it could be doing much better, should I decide to drop the laziness and work for it. I'm slipping up and I know exactly the reasons, but this is a battle in which I need to break myself in spots I grew wrong. It's painful. Also, I have a fear I know not the source of. Or I'm not sure of it. Strange thing is, I don't even know what I'm precisely afraid of. Silly, I'm aware, but we are not logical beings, there are components which we can only guess at how they work.
I didn't write since third semester rolled out. Maybe I will do something over the holidays. I'll try. There's lots of catching up to do in college work. Homework is the worst. xD
If you read this far, thanks for taking interest. Once more, I wish you merry Christmas and you to have a wonderful time. May Jesus gift you his bountiful blessings for his birthday celebration. I know he bestowed them upon me and my loved ones.
EDIT: Also, happy New Year! I hope you partied hard and came home safely.