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Christmas for Santa

Things were looking grim for Christmas. Santa’s sleigh (actually a Kawanika Ka-393 starship) was breaking down all over. The aptulintian projectors were caked with hablinkat residue, and the intchatachol kazumitors were flexing into the metapuliting fields and causing an arrhythmic … Continue reading

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Pause for the Claus

The view over the Alaskan lake from the snow-covered gazebo was amazing, but not as amazing as the little fellow sitting a few feet from Hal. “I never figured you took breaks,” said Hal. “I take lots of ’em,” said … Continue reading

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Santa Explained

Mandy Pillar, intrepid reporter, had scored the scoop of the century. She took a helicopter ride with him to a nearby mountain overlooking the town of North Pole, Alaska. As they stood at a cliff, Ray explained he was exhausted. … Continue reading

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The Christmas Rescue

Frank and Jan, rescue chopper crewmen, entered the Alaskan gift shop. Both looked grim. “What’s wrong guys?” said the shop’s proprietor, Ben. “We couldn’t find the crash of a small passenger jet,” said Frank. “Survivors will likely freeze to death, … Continue reading

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True Advertising

The sign in front of the diner read: Santa Claus eats here! “Cute advertising,” said Joey. “But it can’t be true.” “Whaddaya mean?” protested the diner’s owner, Craig. “He does eat here. He eats a lot in fact: 52 pancakes, … Continue reading

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Hannah’s First Christmas

Merry Christmas everyone! Today is Hannah’s first Christmas, and she made out like a bandit. She did her part by being extremely cute. Shey and I are both pretty tired just now, but we’re still having fun. I’m cooking a … Continue reading

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The Lie

Eight-year old Jaimey sulked. Her mother, Deanna gave her a gentle nudge. “Go on. He’s waiting,” she encouraged. “Why Mom?” groaned Jaimey. “It’s just a guy in a costume.” Deanna readied her camera. “Oh stop being a party-pooper. Go!” Dutifully, … Continue reading

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Slow Learner

“I’m still nervous about this,” said Peppermint. The four-foot tall elf looked around anxiously as they stood at the corner of a busy Chicago intersection. “Don’t worry about Harrison,” said GoldLeaf confidently. He was a veteran of many elfin recon … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas To All!

We had a wonderful Christmas full of joy and magic and good cheer. I hope all of you enjoyed happiness and fellowship wherever you may live. I can barely move after our Christmas feast. And now we’re off to see … Continue reading

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Fairy Tales – The Speakeasy at Yeah Write

Written for The Speakeasy at Yeah, Write. A story about a clash of generations begins after the image. Genre: Science Fiction Fairy Tales The family Christmas tree shined bright in the family room. Beyond the tree, outside the orbital habitat’s … Continue reading

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