Wednesday, January 1, 2020 1:00 AM Posted by writeSantaletter.comA Memorable Christmas - A True Story!

A Memorable Christmas - A True Story!


A Memorable Christmas
By Jonnie (my mother)

This is a true story of a mother that moved to Milford, Delaware with her husband and two small children a son seven year old and a five year old daughter, remembers that special night of A Memorable Christmas in 1961 when her seven year old son talks to Santa Claus.

This interesting story is about her son as a child who believes in Santa Claus with dreams of Santa coming true and what he wanted for Christmas with love in his heart an appreciation for his mentor. Relive a Memorable Christmas, of how a mother relives the story about her seven year old son, showing his love for the Jolly Old Saint Nicholas, he has grown to love, respect and calls Santa Claus all his life...

A Mother's True Story: (Mother Telling Story)
My father was never the kind of man who liked to travel. He, once in a while, would drive the one hundred miles from South Carolina to Georgia. But that was "going home." He grew up in Georgia, married my mother, and I was born there. During the depression years my parents decided to move to a town in South Carolina.

They were hoping that there would be more jobs available. I grew up in that South Carolina town. I finished high school, graduated from college, married, had two small children, "and then" --- my husband decided we would move to Delaware.

Oh, my goodness --- that's so far from home! My parents will miss their only grandchildren. We can't do this --- Two happy years passed. We were still in Delaware and Christmas was coming.

Our daughter was four years old and our son seven. She wanted a Chatty -- Cathy doll for Christmas and he wanted a train. My parents had bought these toys.

Then my mother said, "We'll have to go up there, because I'm NOT shipping them to Delaware! I want to see the children's faces when they see these toys on Christmas morning!!"

So-o-o they had to drive through sleet and snow to be there on the day before Christmas Eve. We had only a three bedroom and one bath in the house. My father shared a bedroom with our son, while my mother shared our daughter's bedroom. All the bedroom doors were left open, so we could hear --- didn't want them to sneak into the living room and we'd miss "seeing their faces" when they saw Chatty Cathy and "the train".

The four adults had just finished the Santa bit and were just beginning to nestle in to bed. The house was totally quiet and dark, when a quiet little voice said, "Santa Claus is that you in there?"

Silence! "Santa Claus, did you bring me a train?" Silence! "Santa Claus, I hope you did --- 'cause I really want one." Silence! "Santa Claus, thank you for whatever you brought me. I know I'll like it. "As the Adults were stifling giggles and then drifting off to sleep, we heard a quiet little voice say, "Thank you, Santa Claus." All was quiet till morning light awakened everybody. And my mother was grinning from ear to ear as a tear slid down her cheek.

Thank you, Santa Claus!

Wednesday, January 1, 2020 1:00 AM Posted by writeSantaletter.comThe Ballad of Wild Bill (Christmas Song)

The Ballad of Wild Bill
(Christmas Song)

The Ballad of Wild Bill
George Canyon
WRITTEN BY:
George Canyon, Jennifer Canyon
LAST UPDATE ON: November 21, 2015

Wild Bill Was A Wild One,
And He Loved A Pretty Young Philly Named Josephine,
But One Night In A Snow Storm,
Bill Didn't Come Home,
And That Was The Last Time He Would Be Seen,
He Use To Sing Her Sweet Love Songs Of Christmas,
They Walked Hand And Hand Through The Fields,
And One Time He Picked Her A Dozen Camellias,
Said I Love You For Ever My Sweet Josephine,
Camellias For Christmas,
She Cried More Tears Than Stars Up In The Sky,
She Waited There Night After Night,
Praying Someday She Might See Him Again,
Now Year After Year,
And Tear After Tear,
She Just Couldn't Give Up On Bill,
But Her Father Was Certain That He'd Never Come Back,
Demanded She'd Marry Some Boy Named Badgewell,
Well At Church It Was Fatal With All Sorts Of Family,
They Were So Happy For Her,
But She Cried Tears Of Sorrow,
She Prayed That She Could Go Far, Far,
Away With Her True Love Bill,
Camellias For Christmas,
She Cried More Tears Than Stars Up In The Sky,
She Waited There Night After Night,
Praying Someday She Might See Him Again,
And That's When It Happened,
She Heard His Horse Whinnying,
She Heard His Sweet Love Song Again,
Camellias Started Falling,
Clean Out Of The Blue Sky,
And There Before Her Green Eyes Was Bill's Texas Grin,
Camellias For Christmas,
Bill Rode That Old Horse Straight Down A Lighting Bolt,
He Told Her That He'd Come Home,
As He Swept Her Up Into His Arms,
Rode Off To The Stars,
Wild Bill Was A Wild One,
And He Loved A Pretty Young Philly Named Josephine
Writer(s): George Canyon, Jennifer Canyon

 

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