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December 09, 2006

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khambagirl

Really cute! So what happens if you *think* you are being good, but your parents don't agree??? I like your take on this one!
bonnie

Ninnie

Oh I love this story. I bought a T-shirt that says "Santa I can explain" HeHe

Caroline

You have been VERY good - please send me your address so I can make sure the Royal Mail gets to you!

Pacian

What a heartbreakingly cute little story!

Your reward is this smiley: :-)

tammy vitale

My first husband remembered getting a lump of coal in his stocking. I think it scarred him for life! Glad your Santa was just running a bit late for you. Great story.

Paris Parfait

Such a sweet story and photo for the prompt. I'm sure Santa will reward you for all your good deeds and ignore that one little incident. :) xo

ren.kat

Most children are incredibly hard on themselves, aren't they? This was fun to read. Thanks!

Regina Clare Jane

I love your picture- you know, I don't think I ever got to sit on Santa's lap... maybe I was being punished- my whole childhood! Anyway, it's adorable and I loved your story!

Pam Aries

Isn't it awful to make kids worry like that???heh heh...THat pic is os great! I don't have any pics of me with Santa:..(

jerri

Wonderful, wonderful story, Tink. And I loved the picture. Thanks so much for posting it.

Greenishlady

Now I know there's a good reason to sleep really, really late on Christmas morning. I know someone has to get up to switch the oven on, but i don't want to take a chance!

JanePoe (aka Deborah)

Absolutely charming post. First one I saw on the Christmas naughty/nice theme. Well done that!
Much peace, JP

artzyjudie

Hmmm. You've redecorated. Nice! I am sure Santa will overlook your one little, teeny, eeensy weensy discretion. Growing up, I was ALWAYS good. Because my mother had a "little bird that told her" if I was not good. I hated that bird! I never saw it, but I hated it. I BELIEVED!!!

Kara

You are so clever - my brain couldn't wrap around the topic reward and punishment and here you give us a holiday story about it - thanks!

Melba

I like your Blog's Holiday spirit! Very Cute story!

Gemma

I know you made the nice list....just a little naughty for fun.

Alexandra

I think many parents are going to be alight with inspiration at this story! An empty stocking is enough to whip any child into good behavior-just the thought of it happening again could leave quite an impression. Glad to see yours though was filled afterall!!!

Roadchick

Tag, you're it.

http://allamericangirlsroadtrip.blogspot.com/2006/12/because-its-all-about-meme.html

Tammy

You were so cute! Great story Tink! HUGS

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