You get to choose one gift— no price restrictions– for any person you want. The Caveat?You have to give it anonymously.What gift would you give, and to whom?
I’ve bought gifts for my friends already, there is no one left on my list.
The fact that I can choose a gift without price restriction is tempting indeed even though it is make-believe.
When I read the prompt I immediately thought of a little boy or girl who may not get a gift on this day.
The first person on my list is a sweet little five year old girl, she’ll be the recipient of the anonymous gift I’ve chosen.
It is a walking and talking doll. The doll would talk to the little girl and I’d love to watch her laughing and talking back.
Share a time when you were overcome with guilt.What were the circumstances? How did you overcome your guilt?
When I was studying in the university, my local guardian was my parent’s very good friend we all called him uncle, he was a very nice caring person.I was very homesick in the hostel, my uncle was aware of it. Every Friday he’d come to pick me up from the residence to spend the week-end with his family and then dropped me off on Monday.
After I completed my studies I got a job and continued to visit him. One week-end for some reason I did not go to his house, I called him and told him I’d go to his place next week-end, he said he missed me, he had bought all kinds of food that I liked, I told him I’d see him the following week-end.
Next morning I got the newspaper it was weird I felt I must check the obituary list, first thing I read was my uncle’s name, he had died in the evening. I went to his house,his daughter-in-law and the Grand kids were there. I felt very sad, I spoke to him in the afternoon, he died the same evening.
I felt guilty for a while but was able to overcome it with the help of my friends.