As a gamer, I would wish to have the collection of all the gaming systems that I have owned over the years since my first ever Gameboy colour back in 1999 when the Pokemon phenomenon began - when the hardest choice in any life at that age was which pokemon to start off with, all the way to my latest gaming platform which is the Playstation3, soon to be the PS4 at the end of the year. To have all the games I had owned with each of the following consoles;
- Game Boy Colour/ Advance
- Playstation 1/2/3
- Nintendo 64/ Wii
- Super Nintendo
- Sega Megadrive
Everyone at some point in their life has pictured themselves to be a wellknown superhero or saviour - whether its a Power Ranger or Batman - someone must have imagined them to be superhuman and be seen as a saviour to the ones they care about.
In my life, I have been known to daydream and in my childhood I did always want to be a Power Ranger. I always wondered what it would be like to be superhero - to be able to protect my family and friends from evil. It sounds stupid I know, but if I was to choose a set of powers it would have to be either;
- Superman - because of the ability to fly and have super strength (that way I can finally beat someone in an arm-wrestle ha!)
- Goku - I am a fan of the Dragonball series, in particular, Dragonball Z, to have the ability again to fly and have superhuman strength.
If you know about the wish laws (According to Disney movies, in particular "Aladdin"), you'd know that in tradition, no one can be brought back to life - but what's life without breaking a few rules.
My final wish would be to bring my Nan back to life. Since she passed away in 2009, I haven't really been the same - my confidence and self-belief is always at a low, when I get depressed or upset, I always wish that I could talk to my Nan about all my problems.
I do trust my friends to a point, but I do have trust issues with most of them and I do find it hard to identify who to trust with any secret or confession I want to talk about - with my Nan I never had this problem.
I moved out of my family home in with my Nan after her second heart attack in 2003 and gave her my paper-round money for help with rent & food - help her cook dinner and look after her when she weren't well.
I do miss her & no one in my life will ever come close to her when it comes to trust & love. I just wish I had her back - to hear her laugh, see her smile and as weird as it sounds, I miss the smack around the head with her ring hand.