What's the Christmas Story about?
Jesús Born Reports Lucas
Back in the day, Cesar Augusto said everyone should have healthcare. The deadline to sign up was 24 December. This happened when politicians did not get along. And everyone went online to register for healthcare.
José and María, his pregnant fiancé who needed healthcare, could not even afford internet service. Anyway they bundled up and began their taxing trip into town to use cousin David’s line. David was out. Exhausted, they decided to stay at the Holly Day Inn, where they could get online. “Sorry guys, we’re full,” said Clark. José noticed a sign on an office door and asked if they could use that room. The kindhearted Clark nodded his head. Then María exclaimed, “omg, I’m like having a baby.” So Clark called 911. And María gave birth. She wrapped him in Holly Day Inn towels and put him on the floor of the Manager’s office.
Exhausted but joyful, María and José tweeted the good news. Angela retweeted it and began texting her pastor and friends (fortunately she signed up for sms). “Where?” They replied. “Mangers place, Holly Day Inn, near David’s house.”
Soon a flash mob appeared. Everyone was saying, “omg.” Gloria, a large angelic woman was married to Gabe. They both gave a shout out to God and called for peace. When the twittersphere calmed down, everyone said let’s go check it out.
So they raced to the Manager and found María and José and their baby. Everyone pulled out their small screens and spread the good news.
The story of the poor family spread round the world. The wealthy Maji family decided to visit and bring special gifts. Meanwhile, the local government, frustrated with Cesar, devised their own plan to round up illegal immigrants and deport them. The Maji had some problems with the TSA but after questioning and giving detailed personal information, they found their way to the family home. They brought gold cards and other special gifts. But in the night they got a message that they were under NSA surveillance so they left early and used a different route.
Meanwhile, María and José decided to take Jesús and leave the country. Technically they were illegals. Although they had relatives in the area, they did not want to be separated from their newborn baby who brought such joy to them and all their family and friends.
Geoff W. Sutton