We sang Happy Birthday to P, while the candles were lit on her cake.
As we were singing, an unusual thing happened. The smoke detector went off! lol
Yes, this happened with her sister's birthday, but at least at her sister's home, the smoke alarm went off as she blew out the candles! P's went off while the candles were burning brightly, before she even had the chance to blow them out! :-))
I suppose this means that in the future, I'll have to stop using one candle for each birthday, plus one for good luck! Here's P blowing out the candles on her cake, while her son Z looks on...
Happy Birthday, P!!!
After enjoying our dinner and cake together, we relaxed for a while. Visiting is always nice!
Then, a knock came to the door.
A special couple was there. They came in. Big as life. Bag in hand, the fellow Ho Ho Ho'd his way over to sit down, while his wife followed and stood beside him. Wow! I never thought I'd see this in my lifetime!
It was Santa and Mrs. Claus!
Mrs. Claus opened the sack full of gifts. One by one, P's sons and her boyfriend K's son were called over to have a seat on Santa's knee. Yes, I have pics of all this, but I won't post them all, here.
I will post one of (from left to right) Mrs. Claus, J, D, Santa, with S and Z in front!
What a blessing this was! Thank you, Santa and Mrs. Claus! We all appreciated you visiting us! Thank you also, for the gifts you brought for the boys!
Did you know Santa's a Canadian? I always thought he wasn't, but according to this Youtube song/video, he is. To enjoy it, click on this link! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ei3rTITyOhY&feature=youtu.be
Oh, by the way, if you live in the Windsor and Essex County area, Detroit or anywhere nearby, and you'd like to contact Santa and Mrs. Claus, they'd love to hear from you.
You can find them by clicking on this link, where you'll see pics of people they've visited, recently. Feel free to leave a comment, so they can get back to you! http://santagosanta.blogspot.com/
Until next time...
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