Every store or company is marketing what they believe to be “the best holiday gift this year.” It’s overwhelming, all the ads, all this stuff.
Okay, so let’s pretend I was going to go shopping at the mall today. (I neeevvvver actually do this, since malls and I go together about as poorly as snails and salt. If you don’t know what that means, please – don’t Google it – just take my word that it simply means I don’t belong in malls.)
As I was saying, let’s imagine that I was to step inside a mall today. And let’s image that a cheery store clerk asked what I wanted for Christmas. I can assure you that, despite their best effort, the right answer would be far from their lips.
What do I want? Something you can’t offer me.
What’s that, you say? I want my health back.
Oh, but I look healthy to you? Really, you have no idea. Continue reading