The elves; Noel and Nick, but not forgetting the monkey, Bob too. I will let the photos do the talking.
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.”
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.
While Noel was away, Nick was taking a very relaxing break, by the looks of it.
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.
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?
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?
These jokes were found here, where you can read some more: http://www.elfcrazy.com/christmas-elf-jokes-for-kids/
Noel says thank you for sending best wishes on him getting better.