I look forward to meeting you so soon. To be honest, I couldn’t believe you were coming but there you are, smack dab on my calendar. I’m not sure if you know this, but 2010 was a pretty big year. HUGE. I don’t mean to put pressure on you but I don’t think you can compete. Hence this letter. I’d like to give you some of my wishes and maybe you can outmatch 2010. What do you think? Here goes…
I’ve been working on my career, pushing myself to be what others want me to be. Stronger, faster, wiser. All those things delivered with a happy smile. But am I getting anywhere? I am not sure. I thought I had found a good place but things change and life points you to go down a different path. I’m happy with the choices I’ve made because I have met some truly remarkable women. However, I have my moments of fear. If you could send some confidence or reassurance my way, I’m sure it could help.
Family and friends have always been extremely important to me. Living 3,000 miles away has been a struggle and I haven’t kept my end of the bargain with maintaining those relationships. I need more help in that area. Maybe we can work together on this? Like giving me the patience for the telephone, which is a device I absolutely hate. Because these people play such big roles in my life and I don’t want to miss anything.
I’ve been pretty patient but I think its time for that some special to come in my life, don’t you think? I know things happen for a reason but I would really like them to happen now. If you can make him tall, nerdy, and full of laughter that would be exceptional. I need a good laugh.
Lastly, let’s talk about this New York City adventure I’m on. I want to maintain my positive attitude in a rather rough city that can suck the life out of you. Can you help with that? Sometimes I get so worked up, walking up and down these crowded streets, bumping in to cold strangers. If you could show me how to relax when I get home, to ignore the simple maladies that spring up, I’d really appreciate it.