(The things I do when I get drunk…)
This is my X-mas Village.
I would like to be the first to welcome you to the town of Applebottom.
An arial view of Applebottom.
The quaint, snowy and epically scenic village of Applebottom is famous for its lavish, yet ole-timey, homes, pleasant environment and breath-taking illuminations; but many people are unaware of tight-knit community of citizens that live there. For instance, Take Mrs. Looney,
The warmest widow you will ever meet. She constantly has a batch of cookies on hand, for passers by to have a treat. Then there is Patricia LongBarrow,
she is the hostess of the Holiday Gala. If you look closely, you can see people dancing:
And who would I be If I didn’t tell you about the Donut Shoppe! People come from towns all over the country to have one of Frosty’s Fritters.
Fun Fact: The lights are always on at the Donut Shoppe because of a billing error 20 years ago. True Story!
And if you walk outside during the right time of day, you might be able to pet Ole’ Red on his afternoon walk.
Fireman Eddy walks Red everyday at 12:41 p.m.
The real action in Applebottom is at night.
Lil’ Sammy the Tinker pushes his Wheelbarrow to Santa (who is out of shot)
The Britten Brothers love the jungle gym. They play there every night. Their home life isn’t that great…
The lights of the houses create a luminescent playground.
Barbra Jean and Gary ask Santa for an assortment of items.
On Christmas Eve everyone piles in to the Applebottom Community Church.
A view of Applebottom Community Church from the street.
Granny Smith, the church caretaker, watched from outside as she feeds her rabbits.
All in all, Applebottom is a pretty great place to live.
Miss Ginger poses with Frosty.
Of course this is discounting the homeless elves, loitering pastors and a record high of single-mother households.
Burt and Minnie sell firewood to make food money.
If you’re cool with that, come to Applebottom. You’ll love the lights.