Wordful Wednesday: The Most Wonderful Photo Of The Year

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I don’t know why we do it. Why we have no problem handing our children over to a strange man in a costume every year at Christmas.

Little wonder that they never “cooperate” for the photo. But we kinda like that too, don’t we?

I did.

We went to a Christmas party for our apartment community and they had a Santa there. He was an awesome Santa–I could totally believe he’s the real one.

But that didn’t matter to my kids. Coco wouldn’t touch him with a ten foot pole. She hid under a table and steered clear of the big man in the red coat.

I was sure that Chaucer would love him. I thought they’d be kindred spirits–seeing as Chaucer will probably be a Santa Claus one day. Boy was I wrong.

Santa was really nice and cooperated “with” Chaucer. We got the most wonderful photo I’ve taken all year. Seriously, this is a gem.

And I need your help. It NEEDS a brilliant caption. It’s the kind of photo that should be floating around in the humor section of Pinterest. So tell me, what would does this photo say to you?

8 thoughts on “Wordful Wednesday: The Most Wonderful Photo Of The Year

  1. hilljean

    Or – “that was the last candy cane…. I dont wanna candy cane…”

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  2. hilljean

    I’m terrible at captions, but this photo is PERFECT! How about Keep Your Damn Candy! Can I share it on the FB page of the site I work for? We try to share a photo to caption every Wednesday but I don’t have one up yet today. Maybe they could help?!

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  3. hilljean

    Hahahaha! That picture is awesome! I am no help with a caption, except maybe a shared thought bubble of “Help me!”

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  4. hilljean

    I’m de-lurking. ????
    I think ‘If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em’ might work.
    Love your blog btw.

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  5. hilljean

    hmmm either
    Chauc just told Santa he is lactose intolerant and can’t have cookies with milk(They are mourning together)
    or
    The Grinch and Scrooge just walked through the door

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