Merry Christmas

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An elf is not just for Christmas…

There seems to be something going down here.

As the elves are saying and their monkey friend, Bob, “Elves are not just for Christmas, there for life.”

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Noel preparing

So a couple of days ago, under supervision of me, Noel followed instructions to help prepare for a photo to be taken at work with another elf. This photo was then left the next day by me, so that whoever is responsible for this elf, knew they had a visitor. The visitor being Noel, the elf.
On the back of the photo, Noel written, love Noel, so they knew it was him in the photo. But I wonder if they were curious who helped him do this?
I hope they got a laugh out of it, because that was the intention. 🙂

Now although I can’t show you him joining another elf at my workplace and that photo taken, I can show him prior, in preparing, by listening.

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While Noel was away, Nick was taking a very relaxing break, by the looks of it.

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Nick and Noel on the look out

I may have not been naughty, like a few of my friends and readers have been with this post; Noel says, “Who’s been naughty?” but they did hear about me checking out my presents under the tree. They heard about me feeling a few of my presents and guessing what they might be, so I am now on their naughty list for that.
Noel and Nick are also watching I don’t do it again, otherwise they are taking my presents back to Santa.

Noel is high up at the top of the Christmas tree and Nick is covering low ground. They are on the lookout and keeping an eye out.

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Some jokes for you

Here are some jokes for you.

Why are Christmas trees bad at knitting?
Because they always drop their needles.

What do you get when you cross a bell with a skunk?
Jingle smells.

What does Mrs Claus say to Santa when she sees clouds?
Looks like rain, dear.

What do you get when you cross a snowman with a vampire?
Frostbite.

These jokes were found here, where you can read some more: http://www.elfcrazy.com/christmas-elf-jokes-for-kids/

 

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Noel feeling a bit better

As I mentioned in, “Introducing the elves,” Noel was recovering from surgery. It seems Nick’s visit helped.

 

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Introducing the elves

As you know from post: “I have a new visitor, the elf …” I now own an elf. But now, I own two.

My first one was this one, who I have named Noel.

Elf colouring
Colouring

The other one, as I mentioned in the comments of the post linked above, I have named Nick.

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Nick is not an “Elf on the Shelf,” instead this one is “Ernie The Elf,” but as I say, I have named this one Nick. This elf, I have never come across, until now. I only heard of “Elf on the Shelf.”

Noel is not very well at the moment. You probably spotted him in the background of the above photo of Nick, with Bob the monkey. Noel is recovering from surgery. You will probably notice in later posts what surgery he had.

More to come later. Have fun. 🙂

 

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I have a new visitor, the elf …

Yes, the Elf on the Shelf is in my home today and he has been making himself at home.

I have not given him a name yet. Would you like to name him? If so, please leave it in the comments below and I will keep this post open for so long, depending on how many join in and when I have decided on the name. I thank you in advance for anyone that would like to suggest a name for me. The only name I won’t be choosing unfortunately, is Elfie. There are a lot of elf’s about called, Elfie, including one at work that one of the cleaners bought and named.

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Elf On The Shelf

I am behind the times when it comes to Elf On The Shelf. In the UK, I think, or thought Elf On The Shelf had only been out the last two years. This year, being more popular. But tonight, from a work colleague talking about it, Elf On The Shelf may have been out in the UK longer than I thought.

So last year, although I had seen them around, I wasn’t bothered.
This year, it’s starting to grow on me. I may end up with one myself, before the week is out.

At work, I am not the only one who was curious about Elf On The Shelf, as someone asked me what it was all about a few weeks back. I said to her, that I am same as you. I don’t know.
A couple of  weeks ago, she got a large elf for her cleaning trolley.

On an area I clean, a small red elf is in the kitchen and I am watching its adventures. I have been having a laugh this past week. It started off having some days swinging on the blind cord, then it was drunk over the weekend, as it was passed out with an empty mini vodka bottle, in some snow.
The next day it had its head over a bowl.
The day after it felt better and it was on top of a pig ornament, putting some money in it.
Today, its busy wrapping, but seems to have got itself wrapped up. I can’t wait to see what it is up to tomorrow.

Is anyone else having fun with Elf On The Shelf?

Below, is a couple of blog links to give you ideas for what your elf can get up to.

 

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