Monday, December 1, 2008

My Letter To Santa

Dear Santa,

I was told that if I was good, I could have want I wanted for Christmas.

That's a verbal contract .... right?

Ok then. I waaaaant ....

... a 2009 Kawasaki Super Sherpa 250. It's cheap. Honest!!

It's not expensive and I promise to always wear my protective gear. It's just a little single-cylinder street legal dirt bike.

Are you listening Santa?

So, can I have one ... huh? Pleeeeeezze?

I'm a reasonable person.


Well, SEMI reasonable anyway. [lol]

I have been a really good girl. [That's my story and I'm stickin' to it.] Therefore I feel like you owe me ... big time!

So, are we golden?

Goooood. Feel free to leave it in the carport next to my Suzuki.

Thank you!

Your Fan,
Sparky ♥ ∞

(Now Santa, my husband, who is totally unreasonable [but very cute], wants a Ducati Desmosedici. Don't know what that is? Don't worry, you don't want to know ... it's $72,500 and forever more out of your elves price ranges!! See I'm VERY reasonable!) [lol]



♥ ∞

10 comments:

The Texican said...

It's Santa Obama this year, not Santa Claus. And, because he believes Al Gore is a scientist he thinks the North Pole is in danger and he wants all Christmas letters sent to the White House from now on. Pappy

MuseSwings said...

That comment from Pappy is too good! Kind of replaces that warm and fuzzy old timey "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus letter. But back to your issue - yes, absolutely you should have one. Why it's but a little stocking stuffer of a request. Good Luck!

Linda said...

Lol Texican, I almost spit out my coffee.

Sparky, I just did a similar thing on my blog, I had no idea you posted this. Cute!! Thanks for making me smile. Blessings

Devoted said...

Sparky, you sound like my little sister! She is buying her husband a new motorcycle this year so she can have his old one! When our youngest son was 14 we bought his first bike. I thought I would drive it but laid it down in our front yard...from now on...it's the back for me and I'll stick to driving the truck. LOL Have a great Christmas...hope all your dreams come true.

Rosezilla said...

Oh, I hope you get one! They always look like so much fun. I tried to ride my step-dad's dirt bike, tho, and was rather unsuccessful... but that was a long time ago so maybe I could handle it now? By the way, I (sort of) did the trivia tag you had on here - I changed it up a bit. Come see what you think!

Sparky ♥ ∞ said...

Good one Pappy! I'm still laughing at that one!

Hear that Santa, my pal Muse said I could one. That's works for me! :o)

I saw your post too Linda. That is TOO FUNNY! *DO DO DO DO* Twilight Zone

I like your sister Devoted. Smart gal!

Thanks Rosezilla. I hope I get one too (but if I don't I won't be disappointed - I feel so blessed already and really do not NEED a thing). Hey Go For It on the learning to ride BTW! It's like flying on the ground: so much freedom. I would suggest taking lessons from a professional and wear protective gear though. Want you safe so you can post more good stories on your blog.

God bless everyone! ♥ ∞

Suzanne said...

Thanks for stopping by... glad that you liked my site. I am feeling somewhat better, but it totally depends on what I eat these days. So, I have been trying to stick to things I know won't bother me too much. (If I have to give up my diet Pepsi tho... I will be in big trouble!) Love that you love motorcycles... years ago, I shared an '83 Harley Sportster with my brother, he rode it most of the time and I only took it out once in awhile. My knees won't allow for riding now. :) But I did go to one of the best biker churches on the east coast when I lived in Maryland, NAC in Glen Burnie!

Suzanne
www.sugarloafcottage@blogspot.com

nanatrish said...

Too cute! My husband has been looking at Triumphs on-line. He doesn't even ride the one he has. It's either too cold or too hot or too wet. Then when it's just right he says he wants to be with Avery and me. In the 19 years we have been married he has had so many bikes. Probably 12 or so different bikes. I want him to be happy, but when he doesn't ride I feel like it's a waste. I think it's a security thing though. I think he feels better just knowing he has one. Our church has a biker group, but my husband doesn't ever ride so he stopped going to the meetings. Please pray for him.

nanatrish said...

I forgot...are you getting your honey that Ducati?

Sparky ♥ ∞ said...

Hi Nana Trish ~ Can I join your church?? :o) I wish we had a Biker Group ... say, maybe I should start one?! Yeah! Like, I'm so smart. [lol] Sorry but the Ducati is a No Go at this time. $72,500 is more than we paid for our first home 25 years ago! WOW!! Maybe the Obamanation will be handing them out after January. Sounds like a good 'stimulus package' to me. [roflol]
God bless! ♥ ∞