{Today's Letters}

Monday, November 19, 2012


Dear Mr. Loerke, last night we sold our TV, surround sound, and hutch on Craigslist. Pretty soon we'll be eating on cardboard boxes and sleeping on the floor. I like this. #Loerkesinlou. Dear Monday, sometimes the best way to start the week is dessert for breakfast. You were delicious. Dear Sufjan, your new Christmas album is dreamier than a year long membership to the Jelly of the Month Club. {Clark confirms}. Dear Timothy James PA-C, yesterday you saw 42 patients in 11 hours. FOURTY TWO. Thanks for inspiring me with your work ethic and for busting your ars to provide for our family. You impress me.

Happy freaking Monday, friends! How was your weekend? Favorite Christmas movie? Tell me it involves a Red Ryder BB Gun and a shexxy leg lamp. 

9 comments:

Kristina said...

I love oatmeal for breakfast (like everyday) and this version looks really delicious. I'll have to try it tomorrow!
Favorite Christmas movie has to be Little Lord Fauntleroy. Not sure if it's popular in the US but I've been watching it every year since I was a little kid and it's definitely part of the Christmas traditions.

Maggie said...

I love love love watching little women every Christmas! It never gets old. Your breakfast looks delicious!!! =) happy Monday!

Maggie

Abigail Black said...

Seriously yummy-looking breakfast! My favorite Christmas movie is either The Family Stone or, of course, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. We watch the last one every year and laugh until our sides hurt even though we've all known the jokes for years.

Jessica said...

My husband (king of the Christmas movies - we started watching the day after Halloween!) has the DVD of It's a Wonderful Life, which I had never seen in its entirety until now. I laughed, I cried, I loved every single moment and now it might just be my favorite MOVIE of all time.

Love!

Molly Roberson said...

YUMMMM!!!

Anonymous said...

Toss up...all based on loving memories and annual anticipation of MORE loving memories. Yes, we love a Christmas Story and quote it often...but White Christmas has tunes we love to sing and dance. Then the final toss in would be Scrooge (1970, Albert Finey as Scrooge), you know how the story goes, but again, we love the songs and we three bees have been cuddling in the biscuit on a Sunday morning in December to watch it since before the little bee was born 20 years ago...that's hard to beat!
SF Fan

Tayler said...

Home Alone....hands down best xmas movie!

Scout said...

Oh my goodness! Thank you for posting a link to that Sufjan album! I'm so glad I can listen to it before deciding whether to buy it or not! Or, rather, before deciding *which* Sufjan Christmas album I need.

Melanie Duke said...

Christmas Vacation. "The BLESSING!"

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