It’s A Small World!

Small world!

Twenty two years ago, a one year old baby was taken to see Santa Clause at Woodwards in Guildford Town Center. His real name was Percy… I don’t know his last name. He was a great Santa, and is fondly remembered by many families, including some of mine.

That little baby is now twenty three, and is working here, at Evergreen Heights as the Recreation head… and is doing a great job. As a special treat this morning, she served us a pancake breakfast, with bacon and eggs and a muffin.

Guess who she served this morning… yep,…. Percy! Santa Clause lives here now; still has that great beard and long hair and the twinkle in his eye. And at Christmas he dressed in his red and white suit to greet the groups of children that came to visit!Brandi, Percy copy copy

It’s a small, Wonderful world!


10 thoughts on “It’s A Small World!

  1. What a great story! How wonderful that they were able to reconnect after all these years. Some people would call that a coincidence, but I like to think of it as “a God thing”. 🙂

    • HI Carol! I agree with you… no coincidence… it’s a “God thing!” Thanks for stopping by.., tea? or coffee? Oh, and you take it black, don’t you. Good thing, I don’t have any milk!

  2. You are very lucky to be in the company of the best Santa ever . When out daughter was 5 years old we took her and her best friend to see him at Guildford . They had written him a letter and drawn him a picture. That wonderful man didnt bat an eye when he looked at his pictures that were covered in the best snowflakes they knew how to make. Swastikas ( oh heavens ) He went and got scotch tape and put it proudly on his castle wall. Needless to say letters to Santa were scrutinized before they were delivered after that 🙂 A lovely soul indeed !

  3. What a wonderful story, Norma. That will put a smile on *everyone’s* face today. 🙂 Love the accompanying photots – it makes the story really come to life!

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