Santa Is Coming to Town!! SLNW!?

Tis’ the season for eating raw cookie dough, sobbing at predictable movie endings, and being more speechless at lightbulbs than Thomas Edison.

It’s Christmas!

Before we dive into the magical ways of Santa Claus, I have some housecleaning duties to address. Until further notice, there will only be guaranteed blog posts on Mondays. I just started two vigorous courses with twelve assignments due this week, it is year-end at work, and I am mentally exhausted! I love writing these blogs, but also enjoy spending loads of time partaking in the festivities. There may be a post on some Thursdays sharing my Christmas adventures, but they are not guaranteed.

So, like, I’m exhausted, you’re exhausted, the whole world is exhausted. The only one not exhausted is 2020, and the only one who can save the day is Santa Claus.

But there’s a pandemic!

So, Like, Now What!?

Don’t worry. The Grinch didn’t steal Christmas, and 2020 won’t either.

Here are the 5 ways Santa Claus is staying healthy while making his rounds this year!


This idea is not original; I saw it floating around Twitter and loved it. I cannot find the original poster, but here it is:

Santa has spent all year quarantining and will spend next year quarantining after Christmas.

This year, the elves have worked more tirelessly to take the pressure off Mr. Claus.

As long as no one comes into the same room as him on Christmas, he will stay healthy and give toys to all the good boys and girls!

Rudolph’s Nose

Rudolph has always had a nose that lit up, and it made him quite different from the other reindeer.

Once COVID hit, the North Pole discovered his nose works like a UV Disinfecting Sanitation Light. He has been resting and training all year so that his light can shine and protect Santa and the reindeer all night.

Elf on The Shelf

The night before Christmas, once the family falls asleep, all elves on the shelves will work vigorously to clean and sanitize the nice kids’ entire home before leaving for the North Pole.

If they are interrupted, they will have to stop, and Santa will not stop at the house.

Flying Germs

Santa’s sleigh is so fast that all germs fly off him and the reindeer.

They fly into the sky, and the angels in Heaven help clean them to protect all the families.

Naughty, Nice, or Awake?

This year, Santa must cut down on how many houses he visits. Otherwise, he risks getting sick.

If anyone is awake when he gets to their house, he won’t enter the house. He will have to hold onto the gifts until next year.

Santa Claus is coming to your town this year!

Published by Chloe!!

A Christ follower, fiancé planning a Hallmark Christmas movie kind of wedding, Organizational Leadership student, marketing employee, dog-lover, concert goer, massive Goo Goo Dolls fan, coffee and carb enthusiast, and a basic chick with a Bachelor addiction!

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