It was Christmas Eve, and all through the house not a creature was stirring. He’d already eaten up most of his food stash in anticipation of tomorrow. It’s what Santa has to do if he wants to be ready for the festivities. But this is when he sets out with his red suit, white beard, fat belly that shakes like Jello on springs; it’s when he goes down chimneys into houses around the world in order to deliver gifts – or at least try to get in without waking anyone up with his loud booming laugh.
It was a chilly night on December 23rd and everyone had that Christmas cheer (except for the few who were not Christian and those who had more than enough of it already). Every year, we would all gather together to celebrate the birth of Christ. To me, Christmas is about family and friends coming together to enjoy each other’s company. It makes me glad I’m alive so I can spend this time with my loved ones.
And what better way to bring people together than with food! Especially holiday foods like cookies, pies, fruitcake… Well you get the gist of it! But one thing was always missing: A Ugly Sweater Party! So that night at 8:00pm sharp if you rang our doorbell
Raccoon Santa stumbled up to the house of a little girl with his sleigh of toys. She was so excited, she practically jumped out of her seat and ran over to him. “Hi there, what’s your name?” he asked politely. “Mia!” she said enthusiastically as Raccoon Santa shook her hand warmly. He couldn’t help but notice how cute she looked in her new Ugly Christmas Sweater that had just come out this year-she must be one lucky kid!
A raccoon wearing a Santa ugly Christmas sweater was walking through the forest looking for food. Suddenly, an owl swooped down from the sky and stole his yummy fish! The raccoon chased after it as fast as he could but couldn’t catch up because of how high it flew off into the trees. He sighed and headed back to his little home where he curled up into a ball on his bed.
Suddenly, there was a knock at the door! Raccoon opened it to see a black bear with a bag full of goodies. “Merry Christmas!” said Bear Claus before leaving again in search for more good-deeds to do all around town.
Raccoon Santa is a proud raccoon who’s been delivering toys to children up and down the East Coast for over a decade. He spends two weeks every year in his home town of Massachusetts, where he can spend time with family and do some biking on one of the best bike trails in the state before heading back out on Christmas Eve. But this year was different from any other because Raccoon Santa got sick – really sick. The doctors told him that if he keeps doing what he does it would only get worse and they warned him that there was no cure for his illness. Since it is something that has come slowly over time, Raccoon Santa didn’t notice how bad things had gotten until now when days became difficult to
Santa is watching over the Northern Pole for this holiday season, but has been feeling very down. He’s never had a family of his own, so he decides to adopt three orphaned raccoons to try and fill that void – naming them Rudolph, Melchior and Balthazar. Yet even with these new additions, Santa still feels lonely at Christmas time; it’s obvious the little ones don’t love him like they love each other. So he sets out on an adventure to find where all those fuzzy feelings come from. After venturing through deep dark caverns filled with monsters (he learned about this in Monsters University), he finally finds what he was looking for: The Raccoon Family Tree!