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Subject A Really Great Christmas Dream! Santa's Granny advertises for a helper and a girl shows up for the job.
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Original Message Most of my dreams are kind of doomy-gloomy, but a couple years ago around Christmas, I had a fun dream I think you all might enjoy tonight:

It was Christmas Eve day.

I saw a nobody-journalist for some small hometown paper in New England area (I think.) She was an average, nice-looking female in her late twenties, with shoulder-length dark hair. I will call her "Amy."

I entered the dream when Amy was looking through classifieds in the paper. She came across an ad that read something like, "Santa is real. This year, he needs a helper. To respond, please contact: Ethel Jones, (address).

(Actually, I don't remember the actual name.)

So, Amy was intrigued and drove through the light snow to a small suburb area of town where there was an older, but nice neighborhood. Mentally, she was trying to craft a Christmas story article that might get printed.

She found the address, left her car, and followed a winding garden path up to a wreathed wooden door. By now it was late afternoon of Christmas Eve day.

Amy knocked at the door and a very sweet looking elderly lady opened the door and invited her in. The fact the old lady looked sweet stood out to me, because it seems lately that all the old people I see look mean and angry. This old lady was totally peaceful and cute.

Amy introduced herself, explained why she was there: "You said Santa needs a helper, and I was curious. I thought maybe you would have a heart-warming story for me. . ."

The old lady made tea and brought some cookies, all the while chatting and asking politely nosey questions, like:
"Are you married, dear? Where is your family? Do you believe in God?" etc...

Then the old lady sat down in her chair and took up her knitting. She was knitting a rather fantastic red wool hat (yes, a Santa hat) but stylized in a practical way with ear muffs. Then she began to tell the girl this story:

More coming. . .
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