Up On The Housetop

December 23, 2010 by staff 

Up On The Housetop, Santa skidded to a stop at Spring Valley Community Center Sunday, December 12, after a snowstorm that dirty snow piled more than even his reindeer can navigate – but worth the trip, because 5-year, Josie was a Sanford song for him, as did Cassie Jones, and he certainly was not a lack of cuddles her white curly beard wrinkles.

Josie has been at the forefront with “Up on the Roof,” accompanied by pianist Rita Hartert. Santa liked the jingle and the little ballet she has done for him, and hugs and kisses her gave him, too.

Cassie, 3, was busy helping his mother, Jill, and his father, Todd, True Value Hardware and musicals in exercise of the movie “Annie” – his serenade of “Tomorrow” made his belly shake like a bowl of jelly when he laughed.

Cassie said his Christmas list with great insistence, saying: “I want a lion! He that roars! “His dad sat on Santa’s lap and asked nothing more than a chance to relax after a long day at the hardware store and a beautiful day for a motorcycle ride, if Father Christmas had alternatives.

Cal Kullot, 6, registered his application for anything Star Wars or Legos, and Brooke Lecy, 4, has been very helpful to his mother, picking up her toys after she plays with them. His list includes Barbies, Polly Pocket and “a doll house with a garage.”

Zach Reiland wants the big toys – those big boys, like a pig barn, a tractor with four-wheel drive wagon silage and auger.

Her older sister, Annika, is hoping for a pet Mohawk Zhu Zhu and American Girl doll.

Santa is ready for the trip around the world on Christmas Eve, having rationalized his toy-making and distribution process.

He said: “There is no rush on the toys – we’re just after Christmas and have a good system to predict what will be the neat toys for the coming year we even have suggestions for toys next year, after this Christmas ..”

Although he loves the snow covers the ground, it would also be able to leave his shovel at home instead of having to dig his way to the chimneys on each roof.

“The North Pole is considerably warmer than it is here now, he said, referring to the subzero temperatures that pinched his nose and bit his fingers as he traveled across the sky.

“I could not believe how cold it is here. Despite the cold, the reindeer were just incredible. Comet, Blitzen, Dasher and Donner are always ready when I need it. They were kept tiptop shape, what with feeding high power they have eaten, and they look forward to tasting carrots along the way, so when we came out on Christmas Eve. ”

Plans to Old St. Nick for the night after his race in the sled – he and Mrs. Claus will be relaxing on an island somewhere in the Caribbean and the winter suns their worries, about to prepare for Christmas 2011.

“I tend to be very grateful for Mrs. Claus. What it does is an endless task, keeping me organized, so she is already on my socks and swimwear in pretty shapes and Tootsie Roll my suitcase. We want to take a week off and go where it is warmer, chestnuts roasted on an open fire on the beach. “

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