Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Our Christmas- Part II



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Margie: Everything makes you ill-humored. That reminds me. I got you a present.

Edna: Oh Margie, you did? It's a good thing that I got one for you, too.

Margie: I had to wrap it in a page from the Sears catalog. I picked the men's underwear page just for you.

Edna: Margie, you know me too well. I hope you like your gift, I didn't have anything to wrap it in but this old piece of muslin from my hope chest.

Margie: Hope chest? Remember when we used to open our presents after dinner? You'd put everything in that hope chest.

Edna: That's right; I used to put them there with all of my special things. Margie, do you remember the year that Mama and Daddy gave us those matching velvet dresses? We looked so nice going to church that year.

Margie: Well, I'm surprised the church was still standing after you went inside.

Edna: Margie, you take that back. I was only a little girl and besides, I hadn't met any of your husbands yet.

Margie: Hush up or no present you Fruit Loop.

Edna: Margie, where's your Christmas spirit? Your sense of goodwill towards others?

Margie: I have goodwill towards others. Just not towards you.

Edna: Margie, you know as well as I do that family is all we have left. You should cherish me, you old bat. Do you remember that year that Santa left you coal in your stocking? I bet that wasn't your favorite Christmas present, was it?

Margie: You got switches. My favorite present was the year Daddy gave me that puppy. I named her Daisy. Remember?

Edna: I do remember Daisy, she piddled all over my nice patent leather shoes, and she chewed up my new hat at Easter time. You taught her to do that, didn't you?

Margie: I did.

Edna: I knew it!

Margie: And it wasn't you who wet your bed.

Edna: I never thought I did, you old meanie. Here's my present for you, I know it's not much, but it's all I could do this year, what with the economy being the way it is. I crocheted you a cozy for your hot water bottle. It's even your favorite color, pink. It's not jewelry, but it will keep you warm on these cold Kansas nights.

Margie: Thank you, Edna. I bought you this necklace with an angel on it. It's to remind you of Supernatural, your favorite show.

Edna: Thank you Margie, that was very sweet of you. Do you have a Christmas wish?

Margie: I do. I wish for peace and an end to our country's economic hardships.

Edna: You know what Margie? That's my wish, too. Merry Christmas, sister.

Margie: Merry Christmas, sister. Goodnight.

7 comments:

Gandalf and Grayson said...

That is our Christmas wish, too!

You remind us a little bit of our Mom and our 3 Aunties! hahaha!

Jodi said...

Have a very Merry Christmas Margie & Edna along with your family. God bless.

((HUGS))

Jodi

unfinished rambler said...

The two of you (four of you? split personalities? :) also have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, you crazy gals.

The Midnight Writer said...

Looking Great! Nice layout
May make the Blue Font easy to read


The Midnight Writer

Robin said...

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New year and thanks for adding a little humor during the rest of the year - I thoroughly enjoy reading and will continue to do so!

Amy Lilley Designs said...

Merry Christmas Margie and Edna..blessings for the real gals and your families w/ good health for the New Year...;)))

Jennie said...

Merry Christmas to you Margie and Edna and to all your faithful readers! Keep up those lively spirits you so kindly share with the world.

I wish you the best in 2009 - a year full of joy, peace and harmony! Yep, harmony you two! ;-) Have fun!!

~ Jennie Sword ~

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