With Santa preparing to make his rounds and spanxing his way down chimneys throughout the land, the MySweetCharity elves have put together their annual holiday playlist that will kick off Christmas Eve.
The elves themselves will be joining their relatives (faeries, leprechauns, pixies, sprites and brownies) for their holiday celebration at the North Pole. Since Mr. and Mrs. Claus are going to be on the sunny beaches of David Copperfield’s Musha Cay, the North Pole elves will be in charge of the festivities. They’ve already put everyone on noticed that cellphones are be left at the front door, so there will be no distractions.
After playing “Pin the Horn on the Unicorn,” “Blindman’s Mistletoe” and “Invisible Jenga,” all will settle down to a revolving round table for a feast of s’mores, cotton candy and cocoa. The nectar provided by British Black honeybee queen will only be available to those guests who are older than the hills.
As they head for bed, they will find personalized footed jammies lined in Shea butter, duvets filled with down donated by Queen Elizabeth II’s swans and pillows that play tunes guaranteed to create sweet dreams.
As for Queenie, she’ll return to her age-fighting cocoon and grumble about the week only having seven days. She’s still lobbying for an eight-day week and a 30-hour day.
But if something happens that affects the MSC community, not to worry. Elder Elf volunteered to stay at the headquarters just in case any news breaks. He did make one request — “Because we have had so many losses and discord this year, I hope this song will make us all appreciate our blessings.”