When you were growing up, wouldn’t it have been great if you could talk to Santa? This year, the man in red is just a phone call away. So your kids can tell Santa himself what they want for Christmas.
Now through Christmas Eve, they can leave Santa a message by calling 1-700-CALL-SANTA (1-700-225-5726) for free, from any Vonage home phone.
They’ll hear a holiday greeting from Santa in his workshop at the North Pole. We’ll also email you a recording of your child’s wish list that you can share with family and friends. It’s a great way to make memories and spread holiday cheer.
The Santa Hotline - 1. Call 1-700-CALL-SANTA (Toll-Free) 2. Your child leaves a message for Santa 3. We email you a recording of your child's message
The fun continues on Christmas Eve. Starting at 5 p.m. EST on December 24, your family can call 1-700-CALL-SANTA to follow Santa and his reindeer on their journey, as they deliver gifts around the world.

The weather channel was able to capture a video of the Reindeer feasting on some lichens under the snow.  Only 41 days until Christmas so time to fatten up before our big trip.  Rudolph and I will be traveling to Atlanta and he always enjoys eating fresh grass when we visit the Atlanta area.

 

Cute video.  Why not set out something different for Santa this year.  If the children ask why bacon?  Just show them this video.

This is almost the end of the second week of my Christmas season.  The past two weeks have been full with preschool visits in the Cumming, Sugar Hill, and Buford area.  A photo shoot in Holly Springs, and a visit to Windermere rounded out my visits.

It’s not to late to schedule a home visit for this season!  Check my calendar using this link Santa’s Calendar for now since my calendar page has some issues as they are updating the software.  December – Really?

When I arrive at your home it will be in my motorized (Honda FIT) Rudolph sleigh.

Santa's sleighn
Look for Santa’s sleigh around Atlanta