Thursday, December 15, 2011

The Santa Video Review and Giveaway 5 winners! Open World Wide!



When my son was a little boy I wanted to prove to him that Santa existed and until this year I kept it a secret
on how I did it.
We lived in Pennsylvania  like these homes the highway came very close to my porch and trucks would rumble by 24 hours a day. It made my home shake.
I was a single mom and we were pretty poor, I didn't have much to make the day very special, a few cheap toys, a chicken for dinner.We were not receiving child support and I did not qualify for aid. I was on my own, working 3 jobs and all the money went to bills. I wanted to make the day special for him. So,I got the idea on Christmas Eve to put out the Santa gifts and then to wait for a truck.
 I stood by his bedroom door waiting with jungle bells in my hand. finally when a truck went by I threw the bells so they scattered across the floor tinkling as they went, at the same time I slammed the door to my son's room and said excitedly BRANDON! which made him sit straight up in bed, you could hear the bells jingling their way across the living room. I got into his bed and cuddled him and whispered..shhhhh hear that? It's Santa! His eyes were as big as saucers as he whispered yes. I said shhh we don't want him to know we are awake! Let's see if we can hear him! And so we sat there as still as a bunny trying to not be spotted, me waiting for the next truck...Soon I heard it coming and I whispered oooo sounds like the reindeer are ready to go what do you think? He nodded yes but didn't want to make noises yet. Then as the truck rumbled past and the house shook a little I said ooo it sounds like he's gone! Let's go look! And we scuttled into the living room I turned on the lights and there it was, Santa's loot!  I said YAAY He Came! It Was Santa! I let him look but not touch anything then said,okay lets go back to bed! He said he couldn't go back to sleep and I let him go to my bed. Then I hurriedly picked up all the bells and went to bed. I cuddled him until he fell asleep.I don't remember much about the next day,except that my son found 3 bells I missed which I said
OOO to. I explained that they must have fallen off Santa's clothes and that they were special, they were magic! Those bells have hung on our tree every since. That event stuck in my son's heart and is a precious memory. Brandon is now 27 and this year he finally asked me how I did it and I told him the story. I don't know if I should have or not , but it is our special Christmas story.

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