A Laugh For You

@buzzman (171)
United States
October 28, 2008 8:45pm CST
Hi All, Today my grandson was telling his Grandma what he wanted for christmas. My grandson son is 4 years old. Grandma said Trey you need to write Santa a letter. He said but grandma i don't know how to write. So lets ( CALL HIM. ) The kids will make you laugh everyday, and Laugh with you at their selves. Just some thing to give you a smile for today.
4 responses
@peedielyn (1210)
• United States
29 Oct 08
LOL! I have been in this predicament! I called Papaw! (MY DAD). I said Mr. Santa, this is Biskit and Kota's Mommy and since they can't read or write they would like to talk to you for a minute. IT worked like a charm! They still have no idea that it was my dad. Kinda nice... now if I could find that darned easter bunny! My kids come home all the time and tell me things. Biskit told me the other day (while picking her nose) that my boyfriends son, Tyler was picking his nose on the bus today and tried to wipe it on some people!! Instead of getting mad, I laughed and asked her what she was doing? She realized it and turned red and said "he taught me how to do it!". Children are blessings is all I can say!!
@buzzman (171)
• United States
29 Oct 08
Hi peedielyn, and thanks for yoyr response. You are rite the children are a biessing to all of us. I have told a friend that we will be calling him and he can act like Santa. he was laughing when he said he would do it . He knows my grandson. Oh yea he thinks the Easter Bunny lives in the garden and hides from us I see him look for him all the time. LOL
@Sheepie (3118)
• United States
29 Oct 08
What are you going to do now? I guess you can have a male friend with a deep voice pretend to be Santa or something! Or, explain that Santa does not have a phone because they don't have phone lines in the North Pole!
@buzzman (171)
• United States
29 Oct 08
Hi Sheepie, and thanks for your response. I have already told a friend that we will call him so he can act like Santa. LOL He was lauging and said he will be glad to do that. He knows my grandson.
@pam210 (345)
• United States
29 Oct 08
Almost everyday when I come home from work my two smallest kids (3 and 5) will give me something to laugh at and remind me that they are the focus in my life and not work and all of the other stuff that we get caught up in. My daughter who is 5 is also talking about Santa and asking for certain things. She didn't think about calling him but she did ask if I had his email so she could send her list to him! How times have changed!
@buzzman (171)
• United States
29 Oct 08
hi Pam, and thaks for responding. it sounds like your 5 year old will be a computer wizzard. More than likely she will be showing you how to do things on the computer. That you did not know a computer could do. LOL And YES the kids should be the FOCUS in all our lives.
@catdla1 (6005)
• United States
29 Oct 08
Silly silly! Santa doesn't have any telephones in the North Pole...it's too busy. Santa can only receive messages via mail...or since he's become a bit more modern (or maybe he just made an extra computer last year), he now also receives and reads his email. Your grandson might want to try that method, since it's quick, and so that whatever toy is his hearts delight this year, won't be all gone before Santa gets his letter. Santas website is (of course!) www.northpole.com