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Jessie’s favorite Christmas traditions

  • Caroling with the elves.  Molly always serves sugar cookies when the elves come singing.SantaClaus
  • Ice fishing off the sled with Santa.  A few days after Christmas Santa and Jessie go out to the little hut to relax and look for fish.  After a busy holiday season Jessie enjoys spending time with Santa and catching up on her sleep.
  • Modeling the new coat Molly made her for Christmas.  Jessie doesn’t really like coats but she likes making Molly happy.
  • Helping to decorate the Claus Christmas tree.  Molly taught Jessie to fetch the garland for the tree so each year Jessie helps to put the finishing touch on the Claus family tree.
  • Sitting at Santa’s feet while he goes over the lists of naughty and nice children.  Santa sits by a warm fire and reads the names.  Sometimes he sends the  naughty list to the fire so that all the children will get a gift.
  • Warm milk by the fireplace with Molly and Santa.
  • Traveling on the sleigh with Santa on Christmas Eve.
  • Boxing day brunch with the elves.  Someone always starts a food fight.

More little known facts about elves

  • Elves get colds easily.  There isn’t a day throughout the year that Molly Claus doesn’t make chicken soup for someone who is sick.

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  • Elves like cotton candy. They like it so much they have invented a machine that produces enough cotton candy to feed all of the elves at the North Pole in 1 hour.
  • The elves love Jessie.  They fight over who gets to help Molly give her a bath.
  • The elves never call Santa by his first name.  They either call him Santa or sir.  There is a superstitious that if they call him by his first name then the sleigh will break down on Christmas Eve.
  • Elves work hard but like to have fun too.  They are always pulling pranks on Santa.  For example, Santa’s chief engineer is always hiding Santa’s glasses on him.
  • It is common for elves to have different colored eyes.  Sometimes this gives their faces a rather peculiar look.
  • Elves hate candy canes.  They produce them because the children love them but in general they are not fond of mint.
  • Elves love to ice fish but they often throw back their catch.  Molly’s cooking staff prepares such delicious dinners that the elves have no reason to eat the fish they catch.

Elves top ten winter sports

  1. Throwing snowballs through loops hung from the rafters of the manufacturing facility.  The elf who gets the snowball closest to the center gets free cocoa for the weeksnowshoe
  2. Skating across the lake to the sounds of Christmas carols.
  3. Cross country skiing pulling sleds with toys.  The elf who can carry the most toys across the finish line gets to wear the high elf hat.
  4. Igloo building.  The elves try to make new and unique shapes while maintaining the strength of the buildings.
  5. Snow ball fights between departments.  Snowballs are dyed green and blue.  The team with the most direct hits on a pole gets a pizza evening.
  6. Ski-dooing.  The elves like to travel for miles with the wind blowing in their ears.  They build fires when they stop and roast marshmallows.
  7. Dog sled races.  Fastest, cutest and furthest running teams receive special treats
  8. Donut tossing.  The elves throw donuts onto a twig to see who can get the most through the donut hole.
  9. Snow shoeing around  Claus park.
  10. Winter photography of natural formations.

Elves are on holiday

The elves are on holiday for the month of January.  With hefty bonuses in their wallets for a job well done last year the elves are out in the world exploring.  Here are the top 10 activities planned for this year.balloons

  • A birthday bash for Jessie.  The elves have planned sled races, gourmet dog food, a doggie fashion show and a special present for Jessie herself.  Stay tuned this month for her birthday party.
  • A trip to see the pyramids of Egypt.  The elves are fascinated by the intricate carving and metal work the ancient Egyptians were able to create with minimal tools.  The rumor is that Timmy plans to climb to the top of the Great Pyramid.
  • Skinny dipping in Hudson’s Bay.  It’s all for a good cause.  The animal shelter is raising funds from the event.
  • Disney Land – The only place in the world where some moving objects are smaller then themselves.
  • The Sahara Desert.  The elves want to go somewhere warm for a week.  It gets tiresome being in sub zero conditions for most of the year.
  • On a train ride across Canada. Wining and dining in the food carts the elves plan to have one big party and see the country from the warmth of the train.
  • The Supreme Toy Show.  The elves go each year to try to get ideas for next years toys in Santa’s sack.
  • The greatest Rock show on earth.  Live music and dancing.  Something all elves enjoy.
  • The airport.  To ride around in the baggage carousels.  Elves find it enjoyable to ride around and around until their dizzy.  Then they try to pin the tail on the polar bear.