{Today's Letters}

Sunday, December 22, 2013


Dear Timothy James, I'm encouraged to hear you're on board with incorporating the Pledge of Allegience into our blessing at dinner this Christmas. Surely it will be more memorable than Aunt Bethany's Jello and Uncle Eddie's bathrobe. Dear Buckeye, my mom started putting you in the bottom of her stocking over 30 years ago. Thanks for becoming one of my favorite holiday traditions. #betterthancoal Dear Pregnancy Cravings, first trimester it was olives, then jalapeno's on everything. Now seven cuties a day? I predict Hot Pockets with a side of Pepto will be next. Dear Mr. Loerke, thanks for this text exchange. Love you more than wiggly 2 year olds and Tic Tacs.

What do you normally get in your stocking? 

7 comments:

Haley Reeves said...

I'm up to about 3 cuties a day. (will probably be more when I start Whole30 next month) And I don't even have pregnancy as an excuse. I'm collecting the whimsical stickers they come with though.

Little Wink Farm said...

At my grandmother's, we would always receive a pocket knife, even as young kids. My grandfather collected them and would give them in each stocking every year. He died several years ago, but my grandmother still takes one from his collection to give to each of us.

Anonymous said...

Underpants!!!

Hillienc said...

Wait hey, that's me, not anonymous. I get underpants in my stocking. Em, do you think The Harvest House Santa knows? Because Twinner and I ARE bringing our stockings...
Seriously though, every year, Kmart 3 pack.
SANT-PRACTI-CLAUSE
2 more wake ups,
Hillie

Joy said...

The tic-tac story is pretty awesome! Poor kid : /

Jess said...

Socks and junior mints!

Hannah J said...

We used to always get a bad of chocolate coins and a satsuma (which you seem to call a cutie - we had a bag of them and I ate like 3 in 2 days.....might need to adopt some at my Mum's tomorrow. Very early on I had a thing for peanut butter cups. Now it's kind of cuties but then I wonder how do I define what a craving is......??

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