George Aged 4 – Countdown to Christmas Blog – 17 sleeps to Christmas.

George Aged 4 – Countdown to Christmas Blog – 17 sleeps to Christmas.

Hi George, here, keep on Driving Home for Christmas, now. Don’t let me down.

After a brilliant Christmassy weekend, it’s back to every day living. And our first night with The Elves on the Shelf.

Because we have two. One for me and one for Sister Freya they are very mischievous together! Far more than if you only have one.

When we got up this morning, we found them in the kitchen and you’ll never guess what they’d done.

I’ll tell you because you’ll definitely never guess.

They’d been playing with Mum’s icing sugar and spilled it all over the working surface, loads of it and written in it  “Hello” with icing pens.

I had to chuckle. I know they are here as Santa’s spies but Mum ain’t going to put up with messes in her kitchen like that for long. They’ll soon be given their marching orders. I bet when I’m at school they’ll be taking time out on the Naughty Step to think about what they have done.

I was so shocked by their naughtiness that instead of putting a Driving Home For Christmas picture at the head of my Blog Post today, I knew I must put a photograph of what the naughty Elves have done, there for all the world to see.

With them getting into trouble it takes the spotlight off me, thank goodness.

This Elf on the Shelf job is going to be very interesting this Christmas. I can’t wait further developments.

Did you know yesterday Monday 7th December was Walt Disney Day?

I love Disney! Disney is an important part of my life and my Christmas. I would have been to Euro Disney by now if it wasn’t for Covid-19 wrecking lives.

Walt Disney was born in 1901, but on 5th December. Walt Disney Day is held on First Monday of December. After his birth he went on to turn the entire world around, changing the face of cinema and entertainment through the introduction of his incredible cast of animated characters.

Born in Chicago, Walt would move multiple times throughout his life, first in 1906 to a family farm in Missouri, again in 1911 to Kansas City where he would attend grammar school.

Walt Disney Day has been designed in order to celebrate a man who has brought love, friendship, and happiness to children all around the world: Walt Disney. From Lion King to Frozen; no matter when you were born, it is likely that there is a Disney film that reminds of your childhood.

What would Christmas be without Disney? What would our lives be without Disney?

“Laughter is timeless. Imagination has no age. And dreams are forever.” Said Walt Disney.

Well keep your foot on the accelerator as you Drive On Home. See you tomorrow.