Thursday, December 11, 2008
Santa Claus the Jolly Bearded Man
Santa is a jolly, chubby, white bearded man in the red suit.. He is recognize around the world as symbolizes love, caring, and gift giving through out the Christmas season.
I has become a tradition to let children believe in the magical world that Santa Claus brings.
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Santa has many helpers. Spot the real Santa is the photos.
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Unique Christmas Gift Ideas
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Christmas Desk and Wall Clocks
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