I am tired of people asking, “What do you want for Christmas?”
Whether or not this is an appropriate question is a moot point. However, I draw the line at the recent ad campaign in New York State.
The ad instructs us to tell our legislature that all we want for Christmas is Uber.
New York State doesn’t allow Uber to operate here. I can understand why some people would care about this and want it to change so that Uber would be allowed.
But let’s leave Christmas out of it.
It’s bad enough that so much of the focus of Christmas has become shopping and gift-giving and receiving – material gifts, that is.
What I most want for Christmas has nothing to do with Uber, or clothes or kitchenware or other things.
I want peace. I want safety for travellers. I want a return to good health. I want people to help one another.
Uber? Not so much…
Linda’s prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday this week is “moot.” Join us! Find out how here: https://lindaghill.com/2016/12/16/the-friday-reminder-and-prompt-for-socs-dec-1716/