Santa was late. Really late indeed. We knew what he is bringing and excitedly waited for our precious one and only gift we decided to get this year. Day after day passed by and every new day seemed little longer that the previous. Finally Santa decided our gift was ready. It was on January 10th, 2009; however Santa was still incredibly tired after the Christmas marathon and all the reindeers were taking vacation so instead of making this extra trip with a big yawn Santa programmed our GPS and send us on our way. He knew we hardly could wait so he made sure he programmed the shortest possible route to our Christmas tree. What Santa did not know was the fact that this particular route leads through a long deep valley that is currently swallowed by flood water and the road is closed. It was not easy to find way around and Santa’s GPS wanted us to make an illegal U-turn and get back on track. It got quite annoying and after a while we decided to turn it off and find our detour the old fashion way - with a help of a map. It was a long way since we had to find first possible river crossing but fortunately it was not too complicated and after 2.75 hours (Santa said it will be 35 minutes) we arrived at our destination. Finally our Christmas came and it was fluffy white with black pointy ears, and same black marking on his feet and tail. It was loud, cuddly, curious, and playful... way better that I imagined.
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