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Paul Shaffer quotation
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Jessie’s Favorite Colors

Jessie is playing a game with Chloe the elf.  She wants to know what Jessie’s favorite color is and why.  The only problem is that Jessie has more than one favorite color.  Her favorites are listed below.

  • Green – It reminds her of  the trees and grass she likes to smell in spring.

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    One of Molly’s paintings
  • Black – It reminds her of the sky and flying in the sleigh with Santa.
  • Blue – Jessie has wonderful memories of fishing in the river with Santa.
  • Brown – Jessie has relaxing memories of sitting in the kitchen with Molly Claus as she paints pictures.
  • Red – Jessie loves her Christmas treats.  They are always hung in red stockings by the Claus’ fireplace
  • Purple – Molly Claus’ favorite jumper is purple.  It smells of honey and spice.  Every time she enters a room Jessie knows she is there.
  • Silver – Santa’s glasses are rimmed with silver.  Jessie loves to sit beside his chair as he reads books to her.

Jessie’s Favorite Spring Flowers

  1.  Hyacinths because they remind Jessie of the perfume that Mrs Claus wears.

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    Spring Flowers
  2.  Fruit tree blossoms because the elves like to play catch with the fruit taken from the trees.  Sometimes they let Jessie play and they have a game of baseball.  Jessie gets to be an outfielder.
  3. Primroses because Jessie likes to see bright colors in the snow.
  4. Tulips because bees like to collect nectar from them.  Jessie likes watching bees but she is careful to stay away so her nose doesn’t get stung.
  5. Snow Drops because she likes the sound of the name.
  6. Pansies because it’s a sign to Jessie that the warm weather is coming.  Every year Mrs. Claus puts pots of pansies outside her kitchen window with the first gust of warm wind.
  7. Daffodils because Jessie likes bright things.
  8. Crocus because the plants name reminds her of frogs croaking in the spring.  Jessie likes to listen to the peepers and watch the frogs jump and splash in the puddles.