Christmas Dolly

Long, long ago in a far away land, there lived a little girl that got stuck with the part of a Christmas doll in Santa’s workshop. Now this part wasn’t so bad really–I mean, seriously, how hard could it possibly be for a 6 year old to stand very still in a box for about 10 minutes? Turns out it was pretty dang hard. In fact, from the very second that the curtain opened, it was as if teeny microscopic ants started crawling all over me. My nose itched. My legs itched. My arms itched. I tried so hard not to scratch, or move or blink even.

Then, as luck would have it, one of Santa’s elves came along and started painting my rosy dolly cheeks–with a soft, fluffy paintbrush. That was it. I couldn’t hold it another second and I busted out laughing. Well the previously sweet and gentle “elf” made a very scary, stern face at me and said, “Shhhhh!!”

The audience roared with laughter, but scared the livin’ daylights and all the giggles right out of this little six year old…

for about a week.

I have since recovered.

ho ho ho…

6 Replies to “Christmas Dolly”

  1. Fun! I don’t know if I’ve seen that picture before πŸ™‚

    Hey, and it’s Winter now… so does that mean a new header?

  2. Ha ha ha… I’ll say you got over it! πŸ˜‰ I love the picture! It’s so fun when there’s a photo to go along with your stories! Baby Chomp liked seeing this picture too! πŸ™‚

  3. Every year, in those days, the ward put on a Christmas program. Usually a play of some kind. This was it. Remind me to tell you about the time I played Herod’s wife…oh, man…

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