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"Did I just come down that?" HO HO HO, that's what I call a miracle!" Santa can't help but chuckle with amazement as he peers up the tall, narrow chimney. But the proof will be in the pudding-er, that is, in the stockings that have been hung by the fireplace mantle. On Christmas morning they will be mysteriously plump with all sorts of gifts and goodies. Unlike my Gnomes and Woodspirits, Santa has no coin-he hides it in someone's stocking. Christmas is the season of miracles just ask little Clarence. My Santa likes to sit anywhere in your home where he can join in the laughter. And when you're fast asleep, he can always count on Funny and Rich to tickle his funny bone. Now Santa may need another miracle. The stockings are filled and it's time to visit the next house. Will Santa be able to go back up the chimney? HO HO-Uh-oh!
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