{Today's Letters}

Tuesday, November 30, 2010


Today's Letters: Dear Mr. Loerke, after a rough day at the hospital and a two hour commute home you walked in the house and said, "I just wanna be a real boy, Emma." This was followed by a long, deep sigh and a reminder to always put my teeth in milk if they ever get knocked out. Dear Sour Patch Candy Canes, I have a feeling we're gonna be best pals this Christmas. Just like Zuzu and her petals, Uncle Eddie and his eggnog, Randy and his mashed potatoes and meatwad. Dear Charlie Brown, you would be so proud of the tree we brought home. It has lots of bald spots and leans too far to the left, but he smells like Christmas. Dear Timothy James PA-S III, sometimes you need to be reminded of certain things as you're leaving for work. Love you more than folded laundry and a deep cleaned kitchen.

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13 comments:

Han said...

new phone lol. Might (if they have it in stock and if the snow holds off) be getting it on Thursday but it all depends on the weather really well and more so that they have it in stock - but I'm excited lol.

I am excited about this evening too because it's girlie group but the roads are going to be bad tonight because the snow is melting and refreezing - I think I might just go home and stay in rather than drive across town - if we can get the computer to work I could also join in via Skype :)

Michelle said...

book club and knitting club as usual and My Personal Chef making me lunch most days. And I have new custom ear buds for my Ipod that are pretty FAN-TAS-TIC. oh and tonight I have an entire night free of other obligations to work on Christmas projects. Then there's the new pair of flannel jammies fresh from the dryer tonight. I could go on. Really...I have a good life.

Chelsea said...

I am looking forward to decorating my house for Christmas! And listening to Christmas music all day long while I work. This is my favorite time of the year.

Marissa said...

Being at least one final down. AND hey-telling all of my friends so I can get the occasional reminder, as I study my life away, that my friends are doing the very same thing. AND that they love me :D

Sister Lynn said...

Our Novice will make her first vows this Saturday. She is in MO and I am in AZ but we will still celebrate with her.

the zundelephant in the room said...

TT is REALLY loved if he's loved by emo more than a deep cleaned kitchen.

annie h. said...

i think i am most excited for saturday. there isn't anything in particular happening, but i think that is what is exciting. the day is open for adventure!

brandonavance said...

Love the zuzu's petals ref.

R said...

moms' night out tonight, freezer cooking party friday, jewelry making party for missions on saturday, and cheering husby on in his first full marathon on sunday!

abby said...

voted for the bloggie, hope you two take the cake:-)

Jenny said...

Buying my first Christmas tree with my husband, drinking a peppermint mocah (finally: I wait for Dec. 1), and listening to old school Christmas music!

Today's Letters said...

han, i wish we had snow! send some to tejas.

michelle, a free night + flannel jammers = lovely.

chelsea, we decorated our tree tonight. (insert linus & lucy by vince guaraldi here).

marissa, you can dew eat. congrats on being one step closer to home!

sister lynn, will they let you and the other sisters travel home for the holidays?

avis, only you would know the depths of this love! love you friend.

sweet annie, if it was 40 degrees warmer i bet you'd be surfing! way to make room for adventure.

btown, can you believe the first time i saw it's a wonderful life was last year? it's now one of my favorites!

r, you have a great week ahead of you. proud of your mr. for running a full ... a HUGE accomplishment.

abs, thanks little :)

jen, first christmas trees are most special. husband and i have an ornament (a pickle from the 1940's) that we hide christmas eve for the other to find ... "the night before christmas it's hung on the tree. while everyone's sleeping it's done secretly. and on christmas morning when you arise. the first one to find it will get a surprise. a family tradition for all to share. you'll look for the pickle year after year." happy first year of traditions! xoxo

Han said...

Erm posting some might make the packaging soggy but I'll email you a photo if you like :)

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