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Saturday, December 29, 2018

De-Santafication Has Begun

If your holiday viewing included the Santa Clause trilogy, as ours did, you might recall that "de-santafication" was the process referred to when there was no Mrs. Claus (yet) in the Santa Clause 2 film. That was a temporary situation, however, and completely resolved by the end of the film when Mr. C was indeed married.

Santa had vacated his shopping mall setup in Nashua, NH, the day after Christmas. 
A very large sign announced that he had returned home. Perhaps should any children want to talk about what he had given them . . . depending on their naughty or nice status?
A wise man, indeed, to make his exit so quickly, thus avoiding conflicts with possibly disgruntled youngsters (or even adults). 

We hope that he finds his way back next year. DON'T YOU AS WELL ? 

12 comments:

Anvilcloud said...

But the decorations stay up for a little longer.

bill burke said...

They are wasting no time in taing down the decorations.
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas.

Linda said...

De-santafication! I love that! We are in the country for a few weeks and when we go home the house will look just as it did on Christmas Eve! All decorated and Santified! It will be a shock but I need some time to rest before tackling the de-santifing of everything!

DUTA said...

It's nice they bother to explain to the kids the disappearance of Santa from the store. Anyway, the decorations look lovely at any time of the year!

Connie said...

We may start taking our tree down this weekend. We don't usually leave it up very long.

L. D. said...

When referees of basketball games hear the final buzzer they run to the exit door so no person in the crowd can say anything to them. They visual are gone, gone, and gone. We are not going to remove anything here at home until after New Year’s Day.

Emma Springfield said...

De-Santafication can be a sad process.

William Kendall said...

The set-ups are still in place in the malls here, but the Santas are gone too.

Red said...

It's sill to early to take things down. I never start until after the New Year.

Lois Evensen said...

Love it! But, I'm not so sure he went "home" to the North Pole! I have seen pictures of him on the beach in Florida!

Christina Naula said...

Well, he deserves a bit of a break after working flat out for a month :-)
Wishing you a happy new year! x

Nil @ The Little House by the Lake said...

I was going to say the same as Christina. Santa must be tired after all the work. :)

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