Edward-Clarence the mailman is a happy looking fellow. He has a family: a wife and eleven children, or maybe not as many. He has been a busy fellow. A lot of them are gone now. The wife’s name is Penelope. The story takes place in the North with the snow.
Edward-Clarence is going through the mail. He is holding presents. It is Christmas; it is not clear if he is delivering to his family or the neighbours. He is bringing goods and that may have a sexual connotation. He finds new friends; that’s what he is doing now. He is the kind of person who has a natural smile.
Edward-Clarence family is ready to buy a house. Is there a big family in the house? It is not known, in those days they had big families, and they also wore big hats. The wife is probably exhausted. Next, someone answers the door and maybe there is romance. We should send Edward-Clarence a copy of his story.