Thursday, December 11, 2008

My Christmas Wish List

Dear Santa,
I know this letter will get to you a bit later than you you wish, but quite frankly I have not been in the Christmas spirit. I am not sure if you can bring me everything I would like, but I appreciate you trying.
I have not seen my son for some time and would really love to be able to see him during the Christmas holiday. Perhaps, you could pick him up when you deliver gifts there and bring him along in your sleigh. That sure would be nice and if you can accomplish this, you do not have to bring me anything else.
I would like some thick thermal or soft fleece shirts because I wear them to work. Other than that I don't need anything else. Well, I could use some money but I don't think the elves do that.
If you are able to pick up my son, would you drop off some books about parental alienation for his dad. I don't know if it would help, but maybe he does not realize what he is doing to our child. You can even order them on this site!
I hope all is well in the North Pole and that you have a safe trip.
Alienated Mom


  1. May your wish be granted! Amen.

    An alienated father

  2. Dear Santa,

    Alienated Mom sent you a letter with some special requests. I am sending this letter with hers attached just in case for any reason you did not receive it.
    PLEASE help her, she is a GREAT MOM!

    A Friend

  3. Thank you for your comments.

    Alienated Father,

    I pray that you have contact with your children and are not alienated.

    A Friend,

    Thank you for your words and sending on my wishes to Santa.

    May both of you have a wonderful Christmas!