ROBIN: Hey Santa, it’s Robin Newman. How are you?
SANTA: Robin who?
ROBIN: Robin Newman, remember me from last year. I’m the author of The Case of the Missing Carrot Cake and Hildie Bitterpickles Needs Her Sleep.
SANTA: What time is it?
ROBIN: It’s 5:00 a.m. New York City time. What time is it on the North Pole?
SANTA: Much earlier.
ROBIN: Geez Santa, I’m sorry I woke you. I was just so excited to talk to you. I noticed that Starbucks started its Christmas season early and then every radio station is decking the halls, so I thought I might try to catch you a little earlier this year.
SANTA: Robin, have you been good?
ROBIN: Don’t you think “good” is one of those words that’s subjective and open to interpretation? You know it’s like an editor reading your story and hating it because she has a thing…
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Thanks for sharing! Gave me a good laugh.
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