Saturday, December 19, 2009

Santa Ingenuity l!!!!

I was sitting in my car at McDonald's enjoying my favorite beverage.  Someone behind me in the parking lot was being rowdy.  I turned around to see this:

Because here in Vermont we are not experiencing the Nor'Easter that most of New England is having today, Santa had to be resourceful and find a new mode of travel.  Not enough snow for a horse and sleigh!!!!


Rudolph came along for the ride!



It was near 0 degrees so Rudolph's arse buns were a little cold!


Santa and his family kindly posed for a family portrait!

And because the economy is a little better than last year for Santa, instead of candy canes, this year he was able to hand out presents.


It appeared that Santa and his family needed a "potty" break.........

I'm not sure what made me stalk follow them.  I think I wanted to tell Santa that I had been really good this past year and so had all my blogging friends.

Instead....................


Santa was ordering milk and cookies!!!  Had I been smart smarter, I would have put down my camera and offered to pay for them!!!!

These kids were pretty happy to see Santa!

Happy Holiday Knitting!  (I'm in a knitting time crunch!!)

9 comments:

  1. Well, I'd have never taken you for a stalker! :) Keep on knittin'!

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  2. What a fun story. I'd also rather go in a limo than a sleigh. Glad to hear the Nor'easter missed you. We had our blizzard last week. Merry Christmas. Renate

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  3. Have a good Christmas and keep warm. I got 13 1/4 inches of snow in Va.

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  4. Too cute! I'm glad you followed them - all in pursuit of a good blog post, really. Absolutely no stalking involved.

    And now, I really should get back to my knitting!

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  5. Fun and cute pics! Visiting everyone from The Bridge today to say Merry Christmas.

    Sandy

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  6. I'm excited to report to you, I've been practicing some new stiches. The preemie blanket you saw, sunnydaze was knit3 purl 1 which gave some nice texture and gave me some good practice. Then I started the next one using horizontal dash which has an 8 row repeat...more practice with the counting etc.

    Then started one with purled ladder stitch which seems to be a good choice for a blanket since it's the same on both sides. Not the same as you sitting beside me...but I'm working my way up a bit...then want to try socks, and will indeed be calling your name.

    Sandy

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  7. Oh, honey, that is WONDERFUL!!! THANK you!!!

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