Below the tree rested her snowcase (suitcase) and belongings. She brought her pillow, blanket, games to play, snowflakes and even her passport and ticket back home on Christmas Eve. She also brought along a very special book explaining all about how she got here and the reason for the season.
Kat came here from the North Pole to share in Christmas and all that we do. She brought with her magical snowflakes that we sprinkle upon her nightly to activate her magic. We set out some crackers and water ( an Elves favorite food of course) and turn out the lights. While we are all fast asleep, Kat finds herself getting into all kinds of mischief. In fact her first night here we awoke to find her in the freezer! I think these Florida temperatures are too much for her. We have started keeping the A/C just a little lower.
My daughter has become quite attached to her Elf Magic, Elf. The past few days there hasn't been a place we have gone that Kat didn't go to. She has already built a special place within our family and we will be sad to see her go, on Christmas Eve. We do know though, she will back to spread more joy and the magic of the holiday season again next year. I also heard that when a child has been extra good, Santa will allow the Elf to visit on a few special days throughout the year.
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