Halloween and Santa Claus

The real Santa shares the time we went for a fly on Holloween in the Sliegh with the Elves and saw Marvin on the Moon with his Family.https://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/the-santa-stories/id422132146?mt=11 Let these short Christmas stories, with the simplicity and purity of freshly fallen snow, transport you to a place of magic and joy. Think of the sweetness of cinnamon and candy canes, bright sparkly colours and the excitement of knowing Santa is on his way. These stories will awaken the joy and excitement of Christmas in every generation. Watch your children’s eyes light up and feel the warmth of Christmas spirit in your heart as you tell them captivating stories in Santa’s own words. You will treasure these 25 modern classic tales forever. Make every advent evening a special time of joy and togetherness with a wonderful Christmas bedtime story!

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Santa’s Hat

.https://itunes.apple.com/gb… Let these short Christmas stories, with the simplicity and purity of freshly fallen snow, transport you to a place of magic and joy. Think of the sweetness of cinnamon and candy canes, bright sparkly colours and the excitement of knowing Santa is on his way. These stories will awaken the joy and excitement of Christmas in every generation. Watch your children’s eyes light up and feel the warmth of Christmas spirit in your heart as you tell them captivating stories in Santa’s own words. You will treasure these 25 modern classic tales forever. Make every advent evening a special time of joy and togetherness with a wonderful Christmas bedtime story!

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Positive Choices at Christmas

 

Positive Choices at Christmas 

The holiday season is that special time of year when people all over the world come together and celebrate. Parties, gift giving, decorating,food, food and more food can be found everywhere. No matter where you look, you see beauty and wonder.

It is traditional for many people to celebrate with alcohol of some sort, whether it is spiked egg nog or Peppermint Schnapps, alcohol and even drugs are present along with the holiday cheer.

This article is going to offer some examples of positive choices for positive people.

* Say No

It is easier said than done, however, saying “No” is important. Positive people do not need to be drunk or high to enjoy the season and all of its blessings.

* Avoid bad situations

Do not get into a vehicle with an intoxicated driver at the wheel. This is a positive choice as well as common sense. Do not get yourself into a position where you will be forced to make poor decisions. Stay away from parties where you know people are doing things you do not want or need.

* Walk away

When or if, situations come up that are potentially volatile, simply turn around and walk away fro it. Do your best to not get tangled up in fights and arguments. The holiday season is supposed to be a time of peace and good will, therefore, walk away from unpleasant people and situations.

* Take the keys

It has been said over and over, do not let someone drive intoxicated. Even if you do not know the person, do not let their ignorant decision be final. Too many people are killed in accidents involving intoxicated people during the holidays and all year long. You may not be able to convince an intoxicated person to hand over their keys by yourself, so get someone to help you. You just might save their life and the lives of others by keeping them from driving intoxicated.

It is not easy to avoid peer pressure whether you are sixteen or sixty. It can be tough to stay positive and make positive decisions when friends and even family are doing things you know are potentially dangerous.

There is nothing wrong with having an alcoholic beverage if you are at home and do not plan on going out again. You can even have a drink at parties, just make sure you have a sober designated driver to take you home. The key to making positive choices is knowing what you want and what you need to do to be safe and happy.

 

 

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Christmas Lights and Santa

Christmas Lights and Santa

Christmas lights are lights used for decoration around Christmas. The custom goes back to the use of candles to decorate the Christmas tree in upper-class homes in 18th-century Germany. Christmas trees displayed publicly and illuminated with electric lights became popular in the early 20th century. By the mid-20th century, it became customary to display strings of electric lights as along streets and on buildings Christmas decorations detached from the Christmas tree itself. In the United States, it became popular to outline private homes with such Christmas lights in tract housing beginning in the 1960s. By the late 20th century, the custom had also been adopted in non-western countries, notably in Japan.

https://itunes.apple.com/gb… Let these short Christmas stories, with the simplicity and purity of freshly fallen snow, transport you to a place of magic and joy. Think of the sweetness of cinnamon and candy canes, bright sparkly colours and the excitement of knowing Santa is on his way. These stories will awaken the joy and excitement of Christmas in every generation. Watch your children’s eyes light up and feel the warmth of Christmas spirit in your heart as you tell them captivating stories in Santa’s own words. You will treasure these 25 modern classic tales forever. Make every advent evening a special time of joy and togetherness with a wonderful Christmas bedtime story!

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Christmas Stories,Santa Meets the Queen of England

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English: The “Darnley Portrait” of Elizabeth I of England, oil on panel, 113 x 78.7 cm, National Portrait Gallery, London (NPG 2082). Probably painted from life, this portrait is the source of the face pattern called “The Mask of Youth” which would be used for authorized portraits of Elizabeth for decades to come (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Christmas Stories,Santa Meets the Queen of England

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/the-santa-stories/id422132146?mt=11 Let these short Christmas stories, with the simplicity and purity of freshly fallen snow, transport you to a place of magic and joy. Think of the sweetness of cinnamon and candy canes, bright sparkly colours and the excitement of knowing Santa is on his way. These stories will awaken the joy and excitement of Christmas in every generation. Watch your children’s eyes light up and feel the warmth of Christmas spirit in your heart as you tell them captivating stories in Santa’s own words. You will treasure these 25 modern classic tales forever. Make every advent evening a special time of joy and togetherness with a wonderful Christmas bedtime story!

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Classic Christmas Stories by Santa Claus

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Christmas Stories,Stuck in the Chimney

Christmas Stories,Stuck in the Chimney Part 1

Christmas Stories,Stuck in the Chimney Part 2


Santa Claus (also known as Saint NicholasSaint NickFather ChristmasKris KringleSanty or simply Santa) is a folklore figure in various cultures who distributesgifts to children, normally on Christmas Eve. Each name is a variation of Saint Nicholas, but refers to Santa Claus. In today’s North American, European and worldwide celebration of Christmas, people young and old simply refer to the hero of the season as Santa, or Santa Claus.

Conventionally, Santa Claus is portrayed as a kindly, round-bellied, merry, bespectacled white man in a red coat trimmed with white fur, with a long white beard. On Christmas Eve, he rides in his sleigh pulled by flying reindeer from house to house to give presents to children. To enter the house, Santa Claus comes down the chimneyand exits through the fireplace. During the rest of the year he lives together with his wife Mrs. Claus and his elves manufacturing toys. Some modern depictions of Santa (often in advertising and popular entertainment) will show the elves and Santa’s workshop as more of a processing and distribution facility, ordering and receiving the toys from various toy manufacturers from across the world. According to American public opinion, Santa Claus lives at the North Pole, though North Pole is in the middle of theArctic Ocean and there is no land. According to legend the Santa Claus at Macy’s in New York City is often said to be the real Santa Claus.

Since most activities associated with Santa Claus are extraordinary, such as delivering presents to all of the believing children in one night, how he squeezes down chimneys, how he enters homes without chimneys, why he never dies, and how he makes reindeer fly, magic is usually used to explain his actions.

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