Merry Christmas! Yesterday was a great day. We made lots of toys. We are almost done making toys for the year. Soon we will load them all into my sleigh. When we were done, I ate dinner with Mrs. Claus. After dinner, it was time to relax. Mrs. Claus went to the kitchen to bake some cookies. I went to my library to read a Christmas book I love: A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. I still have my very first copy (that’s where all these photos came from)! Continue reading “A Christmas Carol as told by Santa Claus. What do you think of it?”
Merry Christmas! Not long ago, Mrs. Claus made a Christmas scavenger hunt for me. Then I made some treasure hunt clues for her. She loved my Christmas treasure hunt. Thank you to all of you who sent me clues to use. You really are a clever bunch!
Well, ever since we started making treasure hunt clues at the North Pole, everyone has been super excited. Now the elves have joined in. The other day, Mrs. Claus and I had to stay in our room while they placed some clues. They knocked on the door, and we opened it. You should have seen their smiles! They were so excited! Would you like to hear about the treasure hunt?
I love chocolate. Do you want yummy chocolate in your stocking for Christmas? How about a chocolate Santa?
I like chocolate Santas. It is silly eating candy that looks like me! Uh oh, I just took a bite of my nose. Ho ho ho. It is also silly how chocolate Santas started. It has a little to do with Clumsy the elf and a lot to do with ice skating.
Merry Christmas! Do you remember the day I woke up and Mrs. Claus had left me a Christmas treasure hunt?
I was so confused at first. Then I started to figure out the clues. It was so much fun doing it. I loved it so much that I am thinking about making a Christmas Scavenger Hunt for her.
I have thought up some of the clues, but I need help with some more. Here is what I have so far: Continue reading “Christmas Treasure Hunt – Santa needs your clues!”