Once upon a time I loved the Christmas season, the decorating, the baking, and the good holiday cheer that spreads amongst most people during the season. However, all of that changed thanks to being at the same resort as Santa Claus this summer. What turned into a simple misunderstanding between Santa and I has opened the gateway of evil elves attempting to toy with my computer and create havoc in my life.
I will be honest I had a few too many rum punches when I spotted Santa in an uncompromising position. I thought it was hilarious because he was so red and jolly!
I should have respected his privacy but instead took several photos. I thought they would have made the perfect Christmas postcard for the holiday season.
However, one of the elves spotted me taking the photos, tackled me for my camera, and I socked him in the nose. An elf might be quick on their little feet but they cannot compete with my Jackie Chan moves. You can only imagine the mayhem at the resort when a full-out brawl broke-out on the beach.
The next morning we were kindly asked to leave and never return to the resort. Who knew Santa had so much pull everywhere he went?
Once we arrived home there was phone calls from his public relations office requesting the photos. They were very concerned if there photos fell into the wrong hands that it would be a publicity nightmare for Santa and tarnish his name over the Christmas season.
I did what any guilt-ridden person would do and handed over the photos to the elf bureau. But let me tell you those elves are paranoid and they were convinced I made copies on my computer! They hacked into my system and planted a virus!
I wanted to sob! They erased everything! My content Calendar! My drafts! My Photos! Everything!
I have no way to exact revenge on Santa Claus after all he was the naughty one at the resort and if anyone did see those photos…Well lets just say you wouldn’t be very comfortable with him coming down your chimney on Christmas Eve.
I hear a knock at my door! It sounds like elf shoes shuffling in the snow. I better go before they attack me with a candy cane hook and poisoned hot chocolate.
I have to dig back into my bug-out shelter under the snow before it is too late! I just wanted to pop-out quick to wish you all a warm holiday season may it shine bright with love and joy. I hope to see you all in the New Year! If not, you can assume the elves have had their way with me and I am imprisoned somewhere beneath Santa’s workshop.
Categories: Happy Holidays
Darcie Cameron is a RYT 200 who believes Yoga is a gift that is accessible to everyone with proper modifications, a patient smile and just taking the time to breathe. One of the greatest presents you will ever unwrap is when you connect your mind, body and spirit in perfect sync with your own breath. Connect with Darcie on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/darciecameronlovesyoga