Monday, December 7, 2009

Wal-mart Santa

We went to Wal-mart yesterday. We had gotten our groceries and managed to make it out without a scratch from the frenzied shoppers. After walking all over the place, avoiding the toys of course we went through the check out. Our cashier was an older man with long silver hair and a beard. He was really nice. As soon as it was our turn he started talking to us. Most cashiers will say “Hi, How are you?” not this one. He started talking to us. He was talking to Noah too. He told us that we missed it. I was curious I thought we missed something really huge. We did. He told us all about how Santa was there and asked Noah if he wanted to see Santa. Noah said NO! That is the typical Noah answer. The man told him about how Santa gives candy. Noah’s eyes got really big.

The man asked him what he wanted for Christmas and Noah started talking about presents and wrapping paper. They had a really nice little chat. He told us that Santa will be there every Saturday morning. As we were walking out my mom who was with us said I think he was Santa. I said maybe Santa moonlights at Wal-mart. She thinks he is the Wal-mart Santa. I did notice a twinkle in his eye. There was something magical about him. So maybe we talked to the Wal-mart Santa disguised as a Wal-mart cashier.


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