For the past four or five years, maybe longer, we’ve made the journey to Santa’s house at least once during the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas. In prior years, we’d visit Santa just about every Friday night. This year, our first visit was late in the season. Hopefully, we’ll get back at least one more time before he flies away on his sleigh. We are so lucky to have Santa living close to our house.
12 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 353 A Tradition”
I didn’t know Santa was from the south! 🙂 Great picture.
The paparazzi still don’t know, Patti. They all head up to the North Pole to find him. It’s his best kept secret! Shhhh…
Very sweet. Keep the magic alive.
Thank you. His proximity to our house makes believing easy.
The boys must be likin’ it … looks like a long list they’re holding.
Blessings ~ Maxi
They are holding a list, Maxi. This was a first for them – bringing the list with them. It was cute to have them review it with Santa. Blessings to you.
What a great Santa! Oh, and the rest of the grouping looks pretty spiffy, too.
He’s been doing this (at his house) for 19yrs, Peg. Can you believe it? Opening his house to the public for 19yrs from Thanksgiving night through Christmas Eve. This is how I know Santa really exists.
It can’t hurt to know him that well!
Would you mind telling him I’ve got all the coal I can handle already?! 😉
I put in a good word for you, Robert. Your coal days are over.
This is a great, GREAT picture of all of you!
Thank you, Carol.