Dear December, Please be Good to Me
How many times have you been hearing people saying the following lines?
January, please be good to me….
February, please be good to me….
March, please be good to me….
Then comes December… you will hear the same thing.
“December, please be good to me!”
Seriously! Do you really have to say this piece of crap every month? I know you wanted to have something good for January, something to make your year start on a high note. Then comes February, when you probably want a very sweet and cheesy Valentine, you wish something amazing and heart pounding exciting moment to happen in that month. Then March, April, May, June and so on... you still keep on chanting “ Please be good to me “ spell ….month after month!
When December gets closer, as expected, here comes this famous cry once again, “December, please be good to me “. Probably expecting something good to happen to them this coming Christmas, lots of gifts, parties, and other memorable moments. Streets in the metro are lit with colorful lights and every home is full of Christmas decors. Little kids are busy writing a letter for Santa Claus while others chose to be in the malls and have a picture taken with Santa. Families send Christmas cards to relatives and friends. Big Christmas trees are set up with various ornaments hanging on its branches. Presents are wrapped and placed under the Christmas Tree. Sometimes gifts are put in stockings. On the eve of Christmas, shops are filled with people trying to complete their Christmas shopping. There are lots of interesting things to look forward to this month.
Why plead for these months to be good to you? Can’t you make yourself good enough? These months cannot harm or do you good by any means. Why stay passive and wait for something good to happen? Work your way to success, strive harder, be more perseverant, have faith and stock a pile good deeds. Then you can now call yourself deserving not just a good month, but a good year too!
Advance Merry Christmas everyone! Please be good to me! LOL.
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