Everything is all hustle and bustle here. Only two more days to complete everything. Mrs. Claus is running around like a rabbit in springtime making sure all her candy is wrapped just so, that my suit is all cleaned, polished and ready and after the elves to make sure the sleigh is cleaned and polished and that every single bell works. She has even snapped at a few elves and is very jumpy. This is not like Mrs. Claus; I think she needs something special. Hummm, breakfast or dinner? Breakfast or dinner? I know! I'll put in a call to CandyCane and leave it up to her. Oh by the way, I think dinner.
Tonight I arrived home from the workshop to find the house in a very pretty glow. Sitting in her favorite chair was Mrs. Claus dressed in her best dress. Jim came into the room and gave us each a nice hot cup of coco; he looked so nice in his white jacket and bowtie. Carols were playing softly in the background and the most wonderful smell was coming from the kitchen. All the elves were so prim and proper that I almost laughed but I didnít want to mess up and ruin it for Mrs. Claus. It was her evening. Anoel appeared and announced dinner was ready and led us to the great room. There in front of a blazing fire was one of the most romantic tables I have ever seen. We ate chopped anti-pasta salad, lasagna and garlic bread by candlelight. Then we danced the night away. Mrs. Claus just glowed. She was so happy and relaxed. I'm glad I thought of it and I'm very happy with the job all the elves that helped did.