The Elves save Christmas
Santa’s sled is on Little Suzie’s rooftop
Gathering toys for what is to be his last stop
The good boys and girls list has almost been filled
None of the presents have been lost or even spilled
Now all Santa has to do is dig through his bag
To find Suzie’s doll but instead there’s a snag
There no doll to be found but there are five toy trains
To check over his list once more he throws down the reins
The tired reindeer become confuse and begin to fly away
But in the haste and confusion poor Santa falls into the sleigh
Now there are empty bags and stray presents being thrown this way and that
And Santa is bounced around until he loses both boots and then his hat
There is much confusion and bruising before the elves come up with a plan
They grab both reins and are finally able to rescue the unfortunate man
They locate his boots, his hat and even a lost doll under the seat
With Santa’s hat back in place and his boots snug on both feet
Christmas has been saved by Santa’s faithful and fast thinking team
Merry Christmas dear children and to all sweet holiday dreams!
I'm trying my hand at writing a Regency Romance. We'll both find out in January if I succeeded or not. Also in January I'll be releasing a new poetry book.
The last thing Duke of Greystone wants is a wife, until Lady Jane Blackmore seeks out his quiet corner of Earl Braxton’s ballroom. But there she stands, attempting to shut out the rest of the world by simply closing her eyes, but Phillips understands better than most that life is never that simple.
The last thing Lady Jane Blackmore wants is a husband, until she opens her eyes and sees the scarred and much too handsome stranger evading her quiet corner. Why can’t the obstinate man understand she only needs a brief moment of solitude before returning to face her tormentors? But no matter how many times she tells him to go away, he stays, so is it her fault her father misunderstands the younger duke’s intentions?
While marriage isn’t on Phillip or Jane’s mind, when the trials come, they soon become each other’s touchstone and discover joy is within their grasp.
Are you trying to potty train your young toddler? You should make it a fun adventure and read them Pipper Pees and Poops.
In my short tales of horror I've all of my short horror stories into one book with a few new stories.
When I first started writing Sparking in Sunlight I only meant for it to be a short story but I like Sebastian and his club for vampires so much you'll be seeing more of him. What's not to love about a club filled with vampires and their human guests?
Welcome to my website. I write romances because there's nothing better than that feeling of falling into love.
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