It’s the day after Thanksgiving and already I have received my first Christmas Letter. These letters are all the same and always leave me depressed.
Happy Holidays to all!
Once again the entire Hosenpfeffer clan has had an eventful year. Tom started a new career after being unemployed for eight months. After six weeks he has already been given a promotion to chief fry cook in the 11-6 AM evening shift. We are all so proud.
I would also like to announce that although I feared Tom has a drinking problem, this is not the case. Tom has no problem drinking at all; in fact he is quite good at it.
Our little Bamby is a freshman in High school and I swear she is the most popular girl in her class. She has a date almost every night and on weekends she often goes out with three or more different boys. You would think her school work would suffer for all that activity, but apparently all the time she spends with that nice young Vice Principal after school is paying off.
Bruno is doing very well in Football this year and might even get a scholarship to State next fall. To think he was such a skinny little boy until he started taking those vitamin shots twice a day. Now he is just so big and strong I hardly recognize him. The sudden unfortunate case of acne and strangely new Neanderthal-like eye brow is hard to get used to. He says it is just the vitamins.
Tom Jr. dropped out of college, but he is doing quite well in his own business. He is cleaning up selling little packs of oregano. Apparently High School kids just can’t get enough of it. I think they put it on their pizza.
It has been a good year for me as well. I was elected president of the trailer park association and I am also chairperson of the committee to clean up the park’s dog doo. Next year I hope to recruit other members to help me in the clean up.
Speaking of dog doo we recently acquired a rescue pit bull. She is such a sweet girl, she just loves to have you rub her belly and scratch behind her ears, but god help anyone who tries to mess with Tom Jr’s oregano!
Well that’s it from the Hosenpfeffers; hope you all have a Merry Christmas, and a happy and healthy New Year!