A mailman delivering Christmas packages. Albert or Jackson is his name. The weather is cold up north and in the east. It snows in any place.
He’s happy with what he’s doing.
He’s in the country, in Maine. When you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands! When you’re happy with what you do, you do it well.
Gotta be something good in the package. A box of chocolate. There are Christmassy sounds, but not many. Jingle Bells is playing. He’s delivering the box to a mother, who is happy, and she’s got all of the bills to pay.
She has to warn the kids about the gifts because they are probably not in school. The mother tells the kids that they cannot open the gifts until Christmas and they have to eat their breakfast first.
This story was created by Maro, Ted, Valerie, Rosemary, and Ella at ONEgeneration Adult Daycare on May 1, 2017.