I remember that my childhood home was a fairyland.
The Christmas tree was full of presents, decorated with brightly colored snowflakes.
A big round pink and blue Christmas tree, and Christmas decorations for the trees around the house.
It was so much fun to play with the toys.
We’d pull out Santa hats and Santa masks, play with Santa’s sleigh, and sing “I’m Santa” in a big, happy, singing Santa singalong.
That was until one day, I heard a knock on the door.
Santa’s voice was booming through the door, and it startled me.
I looked out the window and saw a white, furry creature wearing a black suit, who stood there with a white scarf around his neck.
He stood there for a moment, before he turned and started to walk away.
“I need your help,” he said.
And with that, Santa was gone.
“I was afraid I’d lost Santa.
I thought he’d died.
But he just kept walking and I didn’t see him.”
What Santa did do for me is give me a gift of the spirit, and to me, that is something special.
Santa Claus is a Christmas icon, and his image was synonymous with Christmas for many generations.
He is the most popular character in the Christmas tradition, and the Christmas story is all about him.
Santa is also known for his red beard and red and white striped socks, which are a popular accessory for children and adults alike.
So why did Santa go?
In many ways, Santa is the perfect symbol for the season.
His red beard is the color of a tree, his white socks are the color, and he wears a white hat and white scarf to symbolize his spirit.
It is because of Santa’s spirit that so many people believe that Santa is real.
In other words, Santa Claus is real because he exists.
This holiday season, let’s give him a try.