Christmas Cookies

It was late on Christmas Eve.  Mr. & Mrs. Claus were sound asleep.  He was exhausted from his long trip around the world, and she was tired, too.  She had helped him with all the presents, and made a lot of food for the next day’s celebrations.

All of a sudden, she woke up with a scream.

“OMG!”

Santa woke up, scared.

“Honey, what’s wrong?” he asked.

“I forgot about the cookies!  I pre-heated the oven and put the cookies in.  Then, being the stickler I am for safety, I turned the oven off because we were going to bed!  OH!!”  (She wanted to use a certain word here, but after all, she is Mrs. Claus!)

Santa said, “Look, we’re both tired.  Now lay down, and we’ll go back to sleep.  You can always bake those cookies again tomorrow.”

Mrs. Claus thought to herself:  ‘Oh sure, easy for you to say!  You don’t know how much work I still have to do!’

But she went back to sleep.

When she woke up the next morning, she put on her bathrobe and hurried down to the kitchen.  She opened the oven door and took out the forgotten cookies.  Actually they didn’t look bad at all!  And they were baked!

She tasted one of them.  “OMG!” she cried.  These cookies are delicious!”

She and Santa  had a wonderful Christmas Day with their whole family, and those delicious cookies were loved by all.

Christmas Cookies2

Mr. & Mrs. S. Claus

I found Mrs. Claus’s cellphone number, and called her later that week. What a nice, cheerful woman! She sent me the recipe for those cookies, and here it is:

Author of this little Christmas Story is Merillion
Photo of Mr. & Mrs. Claus is from iStockPhoto

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