By, Maryann, Mary, Evelyn, Bill
He’s passing out presents to the little kids who have been good. His name is Ben. He’s going from house to house. He certainly has a smile on his face; he must be happy. It’s a snowy year and he looks like he’s in a place with plenty of snow. And it’s cold. It’s cold everywhere. The trees are blowing. It’s a special day and he has some kind of gift. It could be a special occasion. He looks happy. It’s a present. It could be a harmonica. It could be a wallet with $50...we wish! A wallet for your money or your Safeway card or your library card.
He’ll get rid of that bag somewhere. He’ll give the presents all out. He’ll give them to the children who have been good. He’ll give them to a close friend.
He’s been moving around so fast. The house across the street has a fire in the stove, because there is smoke coming out of the chimney. It looks like a sad house. It looks like an empty house. Maybe someone is getting ready to move in. They cleaned off the snow.
It looks like Christmas mail: M-A-I-L
He has a mailbag over his shoulder. Letters for mom and dad. Maybe they are love letters...you wish!
He’ll go back up the chimney next. He’s Santa in disguise. He’s going to go next door. He’s going to pass out more packages. He’s probably going to be tired by the end of the day.