Mrs. Claus and I went to the elementary school and visited the pre-school and kindergarten elfrin. They are so young and so tiny! I am guessing that the littlest ones aren’t even eighty years old yet. I read the per-schoolers a story about the snowflakes and then had lunch with them. Mrs. Claus read the kindergarteners a story about the Little Christmas Train and A Lost Tiny Tree. All the elfrin, teachers, Mrs. Claus and I walked through Christmas Tree Forest, or at least the part of it that is protected by one of the Gum Drop Mountains so the snow wasn’t too deep and over the elfrins’ heads. We marveled at all the pretty trees, some plain, some decorated with silver and gold and some in a multitude of colors. We then returned to school and Mrs. Claus and I left to go home.
We walked all the way home talking and then, just as we approached our house decided to go for dinner and turned around to go to the restaurant. It was a bit early for us but Mrs. Claus wanted to inspect the new wrapping paper to make sure it had been done exactly as she had specified it to be. I wouldn’t want to be a fly on the wall paper if she finds any mistakes in it. After the candy boxes I think she would explode.
I worked on the computer, learning how to ask for supplies and things online- oh I’m great at getting my e-mails and the good girl and boy finder on the big sleigh is set right where I need it to be. Jingles and Loopy are pushing for me to expand my computer ability. As I was concentrating on the “lesson” I could hear Mrs. Claus oohing and ahhhing. My guess is she was totally satisfied with the wrapping paper. Since she didn’t explode and nothing oozed out of the little room I think it’s safe to go to bed. Good night.
The answer to yesterday’s Trivia is:
“Wish you a Merry Christmas”
Yes or No. Do you think teachers and their classes use SantaSearch to e-mail letters to Santa?