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Above all put the children first

This past weekend my husband and I had the pleasure of being Santa and Mrs. Claus at Pick Wick once again. My husband has been Santa for them since they began Pick Wick in the park 10 years ago. We have always had such a wonderful time and have been so blessed to participate in this event. Jason (Savannah Santa) has always taken his job as Santa very seriously, always looking for ways to become better. To me he is the perfect Santa. Every year things have went along so smoothly, very busy, but an awesome way to spend the weekend. This year, however, there was an issue. There was a man and his wife staying at Pick Wick Inn, he was doing Santa elsewhere. On Saturday this couple checked out, but instead of leaving, he sat down in the lobby with his Santa hat on, while his wife went in the Holiday Mart and bought him a Santa Apron. He put the apron on and began being Santa, in the same area where my husband was. My husband being the wonderful, awesome Santa he is moved out of the area, because he was worried about the children. I am not sure who this man is, but he did a NO NO as a representative of the Santa brothers. Never, ever are you to do what he did. We attended a Santa class several years back and that was one thing we learned, never have 2 Santa's, portraying Santa where children can see both. I do not know if this gentleman is a member of Claus Net, but I am betting he is not. If he happens to be a member I hope he reads this and realizes what he did was wrong. Most of you who know my husband, know that he is a younger Santa than most and works so hard as a bearded red head, to prepare each season. His feelings were hurt and he second guessed himself and his look, due to the fact that the much older, already white haired man, had a real Santa look. I tried to reassure him that the children absolutely love him and many believe in him. So whoever this man might be, Shame on You for doing such an awful thing to the children and their Santa.

Dixie Claus

Dixie Claus

 

Becoming Mrs. Claus and my vision for the future.

I became Mrs. Claus in 2007 when I married my Savannah Santa (Jason Smith). I discovered the true meaning of being Mrs. Claus during our first event together. We appeared at an Auction house in Crump Tennessee, which was for those children that show the true meaning of Christmas. They didn't ask for the expensive gifts, they asked for coats, shoes, clothes, a home, but these items were not for themselves, but their family. I left there that night realizing why my sweet husband was so passionate about being Santa. Seven years have passed and his love for the season has rubbed off on me. This year I am more excited than ever. I quit my job this summer and am keeping our grandbabies, which gives me the ability to attend all the functions with my Santa. We went to the fabric store a couple nights ago and bought material to make Mrs. Claus skirts and Santa matching vests. We were like two kids in a candy store. During the off season my Santa teaches special education. Although he loves his job, I know that his dream is to become Santa all year long. I have found a company that has all natural health products and is on the way to becoming a multi-billion dollar company. I am now a distributor/owner. I control my own future and in turn the future of our dream. I take several of the products and they really work. Our dream will happen and we will be healthy when living it. If any Santa, Mrs. Claus or elf is interested trying the products or becoming a distributor, just let me know. Wouldn't it be wonderful to have a world full of healthy Santa's, Mrs. Clauses, and elves? Plus, the income that can be made will allow you to do so much more for your Santa business. God Bless you all and I hope you have as wonderful a season as we are going to have.

Dixie Claus

Dixie Claus

 

Making Christmas Healthy, One Santa at a Time

I recently went through a rough time due to side effects and withdrawal symptoms from a prescribed anti-depressant. I learned of some all natural products that have literally started changing my life in just 2 weeks of taking them. I feel wonderful, have more energy, and am losing weight. I also learned a lot about the medical field. Not one cure has been discovered in over 60 years and I believe the reason for this is the pharmaceutical field would be put out of business if cures were to be found. Our body is capable of healing itself if given the chance. Our body requires certain raw materials to do this. I started thinking how great it would be if our Santa's all became healthy, too. Thus, my new quote "Making Christmas Healthy, One Santa at a Time." I just wanted to see what kind of input I could get from all the Santa's, Mrs. Claus' and elves out there. Would love to hear what you guys think. My passion is driven by closing my eyes and picturing the sweet smiling faces of children, both young and old, when they see Santa.

Dixie Claus

Dixie Claus

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