There is no RECESSION of Christmas spirit at the Evans home this year, despite theECONOMIC DOWNTURN. We have moved into our new home in Provo, which represents our own little MORTGAGE-BACKED SECURITY. However, a remaining problem is that our landscaping still has a tendency to cause GREAT DEPRESSION.
Marty has more projects going right now than BEN BERNANKE and HENRY POULSONcombined. She has been hosting family, helping out with William’s and Jane’s classes at the elementary school, and working on making our biggest COLLATERALIZED DEBT OBLIGATION (our house) into a beautiful home. With everything happening on the home front, it sometimes feels like our HOUSING BUBBLE might burst.
The biggest ASSETS in our TREASURY are William (8), Jane (6), and Katie (2). William is turning into a wonderful young boy who will often BAIL OUT his parents by being a good big brother to his two younger sisters. Jane is a sweet INVESTOR in our family’s happiness, although she occasionally meets with some COUNTERPARTY RISK from her other two siblings. Katie is best described as a two-and-a-half year old STIMULUS PACKAGE. She is an extremely energetic kid with startling upper body strength (this is no joke).
In summary, our FHI (Family Happiness Index) has increased 4.7% on a seasonally adjusted year over year basis. With Marty’s careful OPEN MARKET OPERATIONS and Rick’s LABOR MARKET INTERVENTIONS, we hope to avoid any DEFLATION in this number. We wish you a merry Christmas and a happy holiday season. Please feel free toDEPOSIT yourselves on our doorstep any time.
Rick, Marty, Will, Jane, and Katie