Keeping it simple

Dec 20, 2011

Yes­ter­day, I received a gift from a friend that had the cutest stamped tag attached. Her tag was so adorable, sim­ple and sweet that I just have to share it. I tend to get lost in the details when I’m cre­at­ing and then end up stress­ing myself out think­ing if I have to make 10 or 15 of these all sewn, glit­tered, altered, etc I will snap. Well, I’m going to do my best to try and keep some things sim­ple, espe­cial­ly things dur­ing the hol­i­days… because sim­ple is adorable and sweet and appre­ci­at­ed and cher­ished immense­ly. Thank you sweet friend.

And here is a San­ta sto­ry for you… it makes me gig­gle and wish I could have seen this lit­tle boy’s face… noth­ing like being bust­ed face to face by all peo­ple… San­ta!

So a lit­tle boy around 6 years old fin­ish­es his vis­it with San­ta and heads off with his mom. Well, they stop, turn around and look at San­ta. Mom then grabs his hand and back to San­ta they come. The mom looks at San­ta and asks, “Did you promise him a dirt bike?” San­ta looks at mom with the lit­tle boy stand­ing right next to her and says, “Lets dis­cuss our con­ver­sa­tion.” I’m sure right about now the lit­tle boy is feel­ing mighty uncom­fort­able with what is about to be dis­cussed.

Noth­ing like get­ting ready to be bust­ed by San­ta.

San­ta: What would you like for Christ­mas?
Lit­tle Boy: A dirt bike.
San­ta: Well San­ta has to have Mom and Dad’s per­mis­sion to bring such an item but San­ta will do the best he can. That does not sound like a promise to me.
Lit­tle Boy: Drops his head and he and Mom go down the mall hand in hand.

Joy­ful Hugs!


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