Monday, December 14, 2009

Christmas Letter's of the Past #1

A bit of corny creativity from my past.  I could send this out this year and just change the ages and dates.  Everything would be pretty much the same.

"T'was the year 2001 and all through the house
Not a person was resting, not ONE in the house.
We've all been so busy with activities galore
It's got us going right out that front door.
Ballet, Cub Scouts, Young Men's, and sports.
TJ is nine and thinks he's pretty fine
Miguel is eight and was baptized.
That's great!
Ladybug is three and what's there to say,
She's pretty happy, it just makes our day.
KT is good, he still has a job...
Micron's not hiring, they may start the firing.
We're praying and crossing our fingers, this day
They'll keep him around so we'll get some pay.  
We got a new car.  It's big and posh.
Our pay was cut...Oh my gosh!
I still have my job:  Home Management Specialist.
The pay really stinks!  But, oh what great benefits!
We're really quite happy and grateful to say
We're all feeling well on this fine Holiday.
Please remember to pray for our brave servicemen
And for their families who sacrifice them.
We are grateful for freedom they help to ensure.
"God Bless America" we hope will endure.
As we turn to Christ this Christmas Season,
We pray for your families and here is the reason.
You are our friends and family, we say,
Health, wealth and happiness for you we do pray.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
We hope this season is filled with good cheer!" 
~Lisa Hamer~


  1. Great post and point. Sometimes you are just on go with the ups and downs of life and you wonder how years later you are still making it through the hardships. CHRIST! Blessings friend..

  2. You are so creative, Lisa! Love it!

  3. This is so cute. I love the part: "I still have my job: Home Management Specialist.
    The pay really stinks! But, oh what great benefits!"
    Great job, it made me smile!

  4. That is great! I think it is cute and funny...not the letters we all hate to get..Brag, brag, brag, Merry Christmas.

  5. I love it! I've gotten bored with traditional Christmas letters. This year I wrote vital stats for each family member (and spiced up a little, of course). Next year I might do a Wanted poster.


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