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Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Santas In The Outhouse

Santa is in the outhouse, children gotta wait. Take another nap kids, Santa is going to be late.

The reindeer are pawing, chomping at the bits, while looking at the catalog, in the outhouse he sits.

The snow is falling down and Christmas almost here. He will get out of there on time, just never fear.

Santa is in the outhouse, it is something he has gotta do. He will be out delivering toys as soon as he is through.

The chimneys have been cleaned anticipating his red suit, carrying a bag on his shoulder filled with Christmas loot.

Santa is in the outhouse, hope he didn't forget the date. Mrs. Claus will call him since she is his Christmas mate.

Elves have oiled the runners on the little red sled, reindeer have been brushed, already they are fed.

The newsmen are at the ready, to track him in the sky. Everyone debating, do reindeer really know how to fly?

I think I hear the jingle bells, hooray he is finally out. He will make all the houses, for this I have no doubt.

Santa was in the outhouse, but now he is finally out. Christmas will go on as usual, he is already on his route.

Jump in bed little children, pretend to be asleep, cover up your head, you're not allowed to peep.

Santa is out of the outhouse, I knew he would be on time. I just couldn't help myself, please forgive this little rhyme.

Pauline Lieck


Sheila Y said...

Love it! Hope you have a Merry Christmas! Sheila

S. J. Qualls said...

That's really cute!
Very creative, Pauline!
Have a Merry Christmas!

Jon said...

This is so funny, Paula! It could definitely be a Christmas classic! Thanks for sharing it.


How cute is this? Like it like it like it.

LV said...

What a great piece of work. Love it.

jack69 said...

Your creativity has struck again. I love how you worked in all the details that are never covered. Brushing the reindeer and the feed time. neat. Love it. VERY GOOD

salemslot9 said...

this could be a song
remember that old song
Somebody's Knockin'
by Terri Gibbs?

Mary Degli Esposti said...

That should be entered in a Christmas poetry contest, or written as a funny seasonal children's book. It is a little impossible not to love it.

peppylady (Dora) said...

Sound like it could be sit to music.
Coffee is on