Now that you’re here, there are some things you need to understand. First, this is a VERY BUSY household. I expect you to pull your weight, and I’ve created a to-do list for you to check everyday. I know you are cute as a button, but you are still, after all, an Elf. So, let’s get started.
Please keep track of the Advent Calendars. I think I have about four of them in all shapes and sizes, none of them have the right date. Please, keep us organized.
Guard this mixer at all costs. I don’t care what happens, do not let me attempt to make beautifully-decorated Christmas cookies. They will taste great, but they will never be as pretty as they should.Â So, just to keep me from exploding into a fit of frustration over the next 7 days, keep me away from this mixer.
Check the Christmas cards as they come in. Make sure that if any card comes in that is not on our list, that they get one ASAP.
Keep us full of Christmas Cheer. Use the karaoke machine, and start singing some Christmas Carols. Get the children involved in a sing-a-long. Just make everybody HAPPY!
Please, for the sake of the children, refrain yourself from taking rides on the ceiling fans. I know you are an Elf, and I know you are supposed to be a bit goofy. One boy here already thinks he is a full-blooded superhero, and thinks he should be taking rides too. So, please stop swinging on the ceiling fans.
I’m glad we’ve had this little talk. I know you will be leaving soon, and yes, I will probably miss you, and all your little tricks. But hopefully, our last few days before Christmas can be as stress-free as ever, thanks to your help.