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Santa Stories Our Parents Taught Us That Were Passed Down Thru Generations!

     On Christmas Eve, everyone has the carrots out for the reindeer, some milk and sugar cookies for the big guy.  And the four typed legal sized list of toys you were hoping from that big bag Santa must lug harnessed with  a kidney belt  like the santa, real estate agent,mooers realtyones workers at Home Depot or Lowes wear.  But what other stories or traditions did your family have growing up around Christmas that are passed along in your home?  Red food coloring to show Rudolph had been here in the snow, sleigh tracks in the back yard where Santa's gps malfunctioned..anything to share in that vein? Explaining how Santa accessed all those homes without chimneys took some rationalizing for many homeowners in the standard shoe box ranch. Or parking on top of an A frame Santa that skilled at flying and touch down approaches with an old rig, major head winds and 8 tired reindeer? | 207.532.6573

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Comment balloon 2 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • November 27 2007 10:43AM


I'm surprised no comments on this one. OK here goes, my Dad would put crinkled up newspapers falling out of the fireplace, really messy like, take a bite of the cookies, and drink some of the milk we left for Santa. (Plenty of evidence for a child who wants to believe.) There were always sleigh bells heard on the roof top. too. Not by us kids but we thought we just couldn't hear them like the keen-eared adults. Our toys were never gift wrapped, just put under the tree by Santa.  Thanks for the trip down memory lane.
Posted by Bonnie & Terry Westbrook, Grand Rapids MI Real Estate (Westbrook Realty) over 12 years ago
Thanks Bonnie...I believe in Santa and my kids know it.  I hope they always will too. The mystery of Christmas..bright colored lights, trying to sleep on Christmas Eve.  My parents had girfts from Santa all unwrapped.  Neat stuff in the stocking.  Remeber writing letter that was read from north pole from Santa  over link up with local radio station . Santa  wrapped it up having to head to the barn to help the elves feed the reindeer.Then NORAD tracking on radar Santa's sleigh and jet fighters intercepting him and narrowly missing firing on him with heat seeking missles. Merry Christmas.
Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) over 12 years ago

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