Iâ€™ve just received this package in the mail. Itâ€™s for my birthday. Itâ€™s from my best friend who lives in Bologna. It doesnâ€™t weigh much at all. I wonder what it could be. Maybe itâ€™s a solar powered battery charger. Iâ€™ve wanted one of those ever since I saw it on vacation last year. My friend always picks out just the right gifts; heâ€™s got a real knack for it. So far heâ€™s never disappointed me. Have you ever expected to receive a good gift and were then let down? Hmmm, let me give it a little shake. I wonder if itâ€™s that Spanish dictionary that Iâ€™ve had my eye on. Iâ€™ve been studying Spanish, and Iâ€™ve been dropping hints that I need a new dictionary for the past two months. No, I donâ€™t think so. Itâ€™s way too light to be a dictionary. The last time we spoke I mentioned that I really wanted an iPhone, but I canâ€™t imagine that heâ€™s actually gone out and bought me one. Heâ€™s very generous, but heâ€™s not made of money. However, you can never tell with him. Heâ€™s always surprising his friends. Something tells me itâ€™s made of paper. Could it be money? I could really use a little extra cash. Iâ€™ve been hoping to go away for a weekend. Well, the only way to solve this mystery is to unwrap it and open the box. What on Earth? It says that heâ€™s made a monetary donation in my name to help the Earthquake victims in Japan! Now thatâ€™s a perfect present! At a time like this itâ€™s much better to think about my fellow man than to think about myself. Thatâ€™s all for now! See you next time.