First of all, thank you for delivering many gifts over the years. I really do appreciate it. I especially appreciate the fact that you even delivered my brand new bicycle even though I had been misbehaving and being rude to Mama right before Christmas. I realize you didn't have to do that.
I think the two page "note" explaining how much I did not deserve the bicycle but you felt you had to bring it because Mom had already paid for it *may* have been overkill.
I won't go so far as to blame that note on the fact that it took me three years to learn to ride a bike. Although, guilt can do crazy things...
Secondly, I'd like to know why I only got gifts that my parents had paid for in advance. I don't remember this being the case for any of my other friends and they got a TON of toys each & every year.
|Leslie always smiled.|
What's up with that, Santa?
I know my neighborhood was rough. Did you feel like you deserved some monetary reimbursement for putting your reindeer at risk? I'm okay with it now, but it kind of hurt my feelings at the time.
Thirdly, why did you mostly bring me underwear and winter clothes? I wanted toys. I would've settled for books. Seriously. Underwear. From Santa. Do you realize how mortifying it is to go to school and have everybody ask what you got from Santa? Underwear.
|Snoopy underwear is not happiness|
Not cool, Santa, not cool.
Finally, I didn't intend to be so bitter about this. I do appreciate everything I received growing up. I'm not very materialistic and I definitely think that's a wonderful lesson to have learned
However, I'm really weird about receiving gifts now. I'm not going to go so far as to blame you for this, Santa, but I do think you have to take a little credit for my strange behavior.
|I didn't even need to be home to be weird|
Oh, I'm sorry we never left any food out for you. Mom said it would attract roaches and that you'd understand.
See you soon?
PS - I have technically never officially stopped believing...keep that in mind (iPad 2 with 3G)
Inspired by 3.) Open Letter To Santa Claus