What I want for Christmas

Selective hearing. So when my parents say something that annoys me, I can’t hear it, and thus can’t say something back that annoys them.

Also, not to step in poo again. That was gross.

Like this:



‘Tis the season to be giving


The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Xmas edition


  1. ; -) A wonderful skill to have. If I had a penny for every comment my mother made that I let pass, I’d be a rich woman.

    phhhst’s last blog post..Christmas Present(s)

  2. Jen

    puahahaha, we will all have to practice selective hearing tomorrow at dinner!

  3. phhhst-

    Oh I know. Hopefully a lot of it will be in Chinese so I won’t even be affected. :P

  4. Mary

    You know what really helps? Living far away. It’s much easier to bite your tongue for a week than it is on a daily basis.

    You know what else really helps? Learning how to politely and firmly end a conversation you don’t actually want to have. This is easiest with strangers, and probably hardest with your parents.

  5. Liz

    Merry Christmas!

    Liz’s recent blog post: Christmas Eve Wreath

  6. Mary-
    Uh yeah. I realize now that I have a better long-distance relationship with my parents than in-person. Or at least an easier one.

    Haha, thanks. You too!

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