It’s Mr. Ed
the mailman because he is delivering the mail! He’s delivering letters. He’s
got a package here. Yes, it’s a package because it’s going to be Christmas
time. Looks like there’s snow. Could be Colorado or New York.
a new story ain’t he?
there’s a Christmas wreath on the door. Mr. Ed, he’s singing a Christmas song.
Singing “Merry Christmas!”
Later on, he
might walk with the packages to the big house. There might be children in that
house. Might be parents. Grandparents. He might deliver the packages to all of
the people. The people feel happy and surprised. Mr. Ed feels great because
children will feel great receiving them.
about that hat on his head and his uniform. It might be keeping him warm. He is
probably wearing boots.
Christmas songs. Silent Night. Oh, Holy Night. Jingle Bells. “Jingle bells,
jingle bells. Jingle all the way. Oh, what fun it is to ride in a one horse
open sleigh. Hey! (arms up and hands spread out)”
There is a
dolly in the package. One package has gloves. Another has arts & crafts.
There might be a little child there that might not have any and wants some
clothes. Christmas clothes! Santa Clause is sending the presents.
Mr. Ed is
sledding from house to house. He’s happy! He’s not even wearing gloves. He
really needs an overcoat if he is out in that weather.
gets out of his sled, goes home and greets his family. He sits in a chair and
says, “Honey, it’s cold outside. Can I have a cup of coffee please?” He takes a
shower, kisses her goodnight, puts his PJs on and goes to bed.
Did he eat
dinner tonight? He never did!
Alice, Sherilyn, Bellamy, Hildegard, Rebecca, Mercedes & Steve