Santa: I’ll Have What Mooky’s Havin

Elvis and Iffy Elve help Mooky keep a eye out for Santa’s homecoming Mooky guitar in hand ready to play (HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS) (HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS) when out of nowhere Santa walks right towards Mooky, thats his cue to start singing to Santa all of a sudden Mooky does the unexpected drops to his knees points his finger at Santa, goes YOU DA MAN. Santa goes that was the weirdest homecoming ever. I’LL HAVE WHAT MOOKY’S HAVIN. Christmas comes and goes before you know it summer which only means one thing, back to making the Gentleman’s one of a kind Gift from the Wood in the Forrest boys and girls have so much fun watching birds go in and out of the Birdhouse or eating the food from the Birdfeeders. Santa says will do it all over again but it’s time for some fun will start with Itchy El=e aring a story about previous Christmases that didn’t go so good. Santa done delivering presents at the Johnsons House where Rudolph was suppose to be this but he was gone, Rudolph went and hid on the next block for Santa always starting jokes about him. . Iffy Elf shares the story Santa always counts the Reindeer before leaving but this year he counted one to many he’d seen Micky the Mule slipped in, Santa went to Micky your not a Reindeer your a Mule Santa laughs bringing Micky back to Santaland. Ernie Elve recalls one Christmas Santa just about done delivering Christmas Presents at the Jones his cell phone rings it was Mrs. Claus wondering if Santa would pick up some eggs on the way home Santa said I’m kind of busy right now gets back to Rudolph tells him go to next gas station Santa walks in Merry Christmas everyone, goes to the teller do you got some eggs she smiling from ear to ear I’ve been a good girl Santa, Santa goes I know Suzie. Wrote six short different adventures about what Santa and the Elves do in the summer, they make the Gentleman’s one of a kind Christmas Gift from the wood in the Forest, working hard all week then on the weekends they usually go to Santa Place for snack and refreshments then the fun begins Santa and the Elves start telling stories about Christmases that went good or bad, wrote on PDF in color with cool Fonts, put your email address in envelope I’ll send the you back the six adventures then shed up your address there all six for only $20 send to Richard Lofgren Cherrywood 1889 139th Andover Minnesota 55304 Cash Only Picker Upper Publishing I’ll
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