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It requires seven power strips to make it all work. Jubilee Hall is the biggest building in the collection. The elves of Jubilee Hall each have a present glued to their hands—so what it really looks like are a bunch of tortured beings doomed to pick up and set down the same gift over and over again until the end of time or until the motor breaks.
I remember pointing this out to my mom when I was little; she said I was missing the point.
Maybe so. We were clearly coming from different directions on this subject, considering she felt those little buildings were important enough to name her only offspring after.
People who collect the Flobie Village tend to get a little obsessed with it. There are conventions, about a dozen serious Web sites, and four magazines. Some of them try to play it off by saying that Flobie pieces are an investment. Especially the numbered ones. You can only download those pieces at the Flobie showroom on Christmas Eve.
We live in Richmond, Virginia, which is only about fifty miles away—so every year on the night of the twenty-third, my parents leave with a car full of blankets, chairs, and provisions and sit in line all night and wait.
Flobie used to make a hundred numbered pieces, but last year they reduced it to ten. This is when things got bad. The fight was big enough and ridiculous enough to make the local news. I did notice that my parents were later arriving home than usual. I started doing some of the general holiday duties to keep myself busy.
I knew he was busy 9 getting ready for the Smorgasbord. So I added some extra ribbon and holly to his presents. I switched on all the power strips that power the Flobie Santa Village, setting all the enslaved elves to work. I turned on Christmas carols. I was just stepping outside to turn on the lights on the front of the house when I saw Sam advancing toward our house with his storm-trooper stride.
He is not, however, Mr. I was about to invite him in to try one of my delicious eggnog lattes, but he cut me off. Come on. He had that kind of tone. I envisioned huge piles of the Elf Hotel flying off the belt, taking down everyone in sight.
I had seen pictures of the Elf Hotel—it had sharp candy-cane spires that could easily impale someone. And if anyone was ever going to be killed by an Elf Hotel, it would be my parents.
Sam just looked at me and waited for me to catch up on my own. They got hauled in with the others. Five people have been booked. Your parents instructed me to take you to the train station. I only have one hour, then I have to be back for hot cookies and a sing-along at five. How quickly can you pack? Still, a little touch of Oprah would have helped.
Train station? And Christmas. What about Christmas? This is crazy! I could see the shadows of the doomed elves as they worked away in Jubilee Hall, the warm glow of Mrs. Inside, it was dimly lit, and most of the people stuffed in there looked catatonic.
This train glided off indifferently, as if it had gotten bored with standing around. Naturally, I called Noah the moment we set off.
When he answered, there was a cheerful clamor in the background. I could hear carols and the clanking of dishes, which was a depressing contrast to the claustrophobic muffle of the train. See you in an hour? It sounded like he was lifting something heavy, probably one of the freakishly large hams his mother always managed to get her hands on for the Smorgasbord.
I presume she gets them from some kind of experimental farm where the pigs are treated with lasers and superdrugs until they are thirty feet long.
I tried to keep it light, like I found it funny, mostly to keep myself from sobbing on a dark train of stupefied strangers. Another grunt. It sounded like he was shifting something around. My voice got thick, and I choked back a tear. He gave me a moment.
It will. This is 12 just one of those things. One of those things? This was not one of those things.
One of those things is your car breaking down or getting stomach flu or your faulty holiday lights sending out a spark and burning down your hedge.
I said as much, and he sighed, realizing I was right. Then he grunted again. I promise. Call me when you get there, okay?
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Opublikowany John snow Green. They are enjoying themselves until they get a call from a friend that works at Waffle House saying that they absolutely have to get there because there is a group of fifteen cheerleaders stuck there for the night. So Tobin and his friends begin a crazy night trying to get to the Waffle House in the blizzard. But along the way, in the midst of all the chaos, he begins to see Angie as something other than one of his buddies. This could just turn out to be one of the best Christmas days he has ever had.
She has been dating her boyfriend, Jeb for exactly one year on Christmas Eve. But they have been having problems.
Their relationship has been struggling. And then Addie did something dumber than dumb. Something she regrets with every fiber of her being. So she begs Jeb to meet her at Starbucks to mend things.
I loved the ending of this one as the couples from the first two stories are all brought together in a very heartwarming way. These were three very heart-warming short stories that are sure to make you smile and will warm your heart during this very special holiday season.