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May I have this dance Mrs. Claus?

As the residents of Christmas town were going about their business, Christmas music is being played in the streets of the North Pole. Santa and Mrs Claus were out taking their daily walk arm in arm . It was a nice clear day over the North Pole and they were heading to the green house to see the Poinsettia and the Christmas Cactus as this was the time of the year when their flowers were starting to bloom. As our festive couple approached the front door to the green house, Santa grabbed the door handle and pulled the front door open for Mrs Claus and held it open as she entered the green house. Holly Jolly was just coming out of her office as she was waiting for the Clauses to come and see all her hard work that was done to get this year’s plants ready to be shipped out around the world. Mrs Claus was impressed with this year’s plants which means that some of theses plants would be heading for the castle. Both Mrs. Claus and Santa thanked Holly Jolly for the tour. Santa and Mrs Claus then headed for the front door and Santa held it once again for Mrs Claus.

As they were heading down the steps, Jingles was driving up in bright red shiny snowmobile that Santa asked him to bring to the front of the green house. Jingles stopped the snowmobile right in front of them. Santa then told Mrs Claus that they had one more stop to make before they headed back to the castle. Santa handed Mrs Claus a red Helmet and a special made snow suit for Mrs. Claus to put on. It was a suit that would fit over her dress, then Santa put on his helmet and snow suit as well. The motor was still running as Mrs Claus sat at the rear of snowmobile, then Santa climbed behind the handle bars and placed his hand on the throttle and squeezed the throttle forward and off they went. Mrs Claus was hanging on and squeezing Santa’s waist as our festive couple were heading toward the Christmas tree forest. Santa pressed play on the CD player so both Santa and Mrs Claus could hear the Christmas music through their helmets.

Santa found a big snow drift and sent the snowmobile flying into the air and landing upright with a bounce . Mrs. Claus let out a howl as Santa hit another snow drift. As the snowmobile was making its way to the forest, Santa decided that he was going to have some fun with Mrs. Claus at the back of the snowmobile. He put the snowmobile into sharp S turns and some circles as the snow went flying off the edges of the snowmobile.

Santa then stopped the sled and looked back at Mrs. Claus to see if she was OK. Her checks were a bright red and her smile that would make the snow look a dull color of white. Her eyes sparkled like the diamonds on the snow. Santa liked this look on Mrs Claus. It reminded him of their first time they met a long time ago. Santa then started up the snowmobile again as they were not far from the forest now. The light was slowly fading into night sky. The stars were now appearing as if some one had poked many holes into the fabric of the night sky, so each star started to shine brightly. Then Santa stopped the snowmobile outside the gates to the Christmas forest. As they both looked to the sky, Santa reached for the light switch on the snowmobile dash and flicked it off and on a couple of times. There was a pause for a moment. Santa got off the snowmobile first then he put his hand out to help he loving wife off the snowmobile. Santa and Mrs Claus removed their helmets and placed them on the seat of the snowmobile.

As our festive couple were walking towards the main gates arm and arm , they slowly magically opened and the sound of Christmas music stopped playing from the speakers that were hanging from the light poles that were all over the Christmas tree forest. Then the white lights went out then suddenly thousands of Christmas lights came on in the forest as far as the eye could see. Santa then turned to his beloved wife looked into her eyes and said,” May I have this dance Mrs. Claus?” Mrs. Claus looked back into her husband’s eyes tilted her head to the left with a smiled as if she was a young girl and this was at her very first school dance and in a shy way she whispers, “Yes” into Santa ear.

At that moment, a light snow started to fall on them and they were nice big Christmas snow flakes.

Santa held his arms out as Mrs Claus stepped into his open arms. Santa took his beautiful wife into his arms and closed them around her as their favorite Christmas song started to play. They started to dance to the song “Silent Night”. They danced a slow waltz in and around the Christmas trees.

As the music was playing, Santa and Mrs. Claus looked down to see some of the elves that worked hard decorating the Christmas trees for Santa were dancing around them as the northern lights was dancing above them. It was a night that was replayed so many years ago, when they took their vows in another place and in another time among the spruce and some pine trees. It was their first feeling of their own Christmas magic. As they were dancing they looked towards the castle to see the light of the full moon beaming down on it. Both started to smile and looked at each other as the song was still playing Santa then dipped Mrs. Claus.

Santa then brought her back up to her feet without missing a beat to the music. They looked into each others eyes as the song was ending. They held each other as all of the elves started to clap and cheer.

Santa then put his right arm out to bring his young bride of the past, present and future closer to him to take her back to the snowmobile.

Santa started the snowmobile, then put his hand on the throttle and slowly moved it forward and slowly headed back to the castle. Mrs. Claus wrapped her arms around Santa and was holding on just a little tighter as the red snowmobile made its way back home.

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