Look who made a visit to the gorgeous Midnight Clear ~ Santa and Mrs. Claus stopped by Calas‘s Christmas sim “Midnight Clear” after hearing that Ty & Truck had the most fantastic looking Christmas tree along with a Sim that will take your breath away ~ Santa and Mrs. Claus were just taking a moment to listen to the music you can hear all across the sim and to stare at the tree that Truck Meredith created specifically this year for “Midnight Clear“…Santa and Mrs also took a brief moment to park their reindeers and go inside the Pavillion where they were overwhelmed by all the Christmas decorations and sat to enjoy a cup of warm cocoa…Their stay was truly brief as we all know Santa is getting close to a deadline to get presents ready to be delivered in less than 6 days oh my ♥ Did you know the legend of Santa Claus can be traced back hundreds of years to a monk named St. Nicholas. It is believed that Nicholas was born sometime around 280 A.D. in Patara, near Myra in modern-day Turkey. Much admired for his piety and kindness, St. Nicholas became the subject of many legends. Today Santa may look different than he did back but he is still very much believed by children all over the world as most post offices are always overrun with letters to Santa ~ at one time France received the most letters to Santa or Pere Noel ~ from the USA to all over the world there are dedicated workers and volunteers that answer many of those letters written that started back in 1912 out of New York City and continues today with Operation Santa that adopted by charitable organizations, major corporations, local businesses, and individuals in order to make children’s holiday dreams come true from coast to coast.
As my last blog post for this Christmas Season, I want to wish each of my readers, supporters, friends especially Dena and Brutus a very Merry Christmas ~ may each of you have an enjoyable holiday with your friends and family ♥ As always please take time to be kind to yourself and pass along a little of kindness to others ♥
“Christmas is the spirit of giving
without a thought of getting” Thomas S. Monson