How are you? I am fine. I hope you have had a very good year getting ready for Christmas. I have had a good year too. Please say hello to your reindeer and the elves for me. I have been pretty good this year, except for my sister, who I don’t like very much except I do this month. I didn’t fight with her because I don’t want any coal in my stocking.
This year for Christmas I would like a few more stories published if that’s okay. Also, please let me try a few new writing techniques. For instance I’m interested in trying the “Snowflake Method”. I thought because it is Christmas and there is lots of snow it would be a good time to try it.
Daddy says the Snowflake method makes sense to him because even the biggest things are built one small step at a time. I don’t quite know what he means but he is big and knows a lot of things. Like this one time he knew all the answers to all the Jeopardy questions except Mom said he Tivoed it and memorized the answers. I don’t think he did. This other time, he knew it was me who drew pictures of naked boobies, so he is pretty smart.
Another thing I would like for Christmas is to do better with my social networking. I always feel guilty because I don’t connect to my writing friends as much as I want to and it seems like everyone else is always better connected than I am. I miss my friends online.
Well, I know you are busy getting ready so I’ll leave you alone. I will leave you some milk and some cookies. Do you like chocolate chip? I do too. I will leave some carrots for the reindeer and some Skittles for the elves. I think that is how they sound running around your workshop. Skittle-skittle-skittle, all over the place.
Tell Mrs. Claus I said hey-hey-hey. She’ll get it.
Your friend for ever and ever