See the little Santa? That Santa belongs to our Mom from back when she was a little girl. It’s one of the original Coca Cola Santas. He used to be holding a little bottle of coke in one hand. Well, the Mom wanted to see if that was really Coke in there so she pried it from his hand and opened it. It wasn’t.
Here’s a Christmas photo from our dry sink in the dining room…
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oh how great that this little santa is still with you… we bet he can tell you the best stories about christmas ;O)
That is a lovely little Santa. I would have had to check the coke bottle when I was a child too!
The trees in the snow look lovely.
That is a cute Santa 🙂
You two look pretty relaxed and you have a nice sunbeam too!
I really like that your Mom has filled your home with Christmas trees. I love them all. and that Santa is adorbale even minus his coke bottle.. My oldest Santa is from 1965, paid 1 dollar for it, and it was my first sons first Christmas, he was 10 months old Christmas 65 and the tip toe Santa is one of 2 decorations that have survived the years. the glass garland is from my first Christmas in 1944
Wow, lots of soap suds in your dining room sink. You must be cleaning those Christmas trees! Love the old Santa. Mom really loves those beautiful old decorations.
I see Santa is watching you be careful I will send him more coke heheh!
Have a santatastic safe weekend 😷😷😷
Oh, Mom and I truly LOVE that in the dry sink! THAT was clever and just right! Mom said to me when she saw it, her eye would be focussed on that whenever she was in that room. Beautiful arrangement; and imaginative. Dolly and Seal, you are looking wonderfully well and happy. I see the edge of a sunpuddle.
OMCs Dolly and Seal…what a darling duo you make. Please tell your Mom I have never in all my 200 years seen so many original and beautiful decorations. Purrfect Dry sink!!
You all have some fun Christmas decorations.
Great Christmas photos❤
How amazing to have a Santa from when your mom was a little girl.
Bet it wasn’t a “can” of Coke back than …
Oh I thought that little Santa looked familiar – I remember him from my childhood too although I didn’t HAVE one of my very own. Sure does look comfy, cozy and Christmassy at your house!
So happy you shared these lovely Christmas things. That Santa is amazing! I love the dry sink arrangements as well. Thanks Dolly & Seal.
That Santa is wonderful, amazing to have it, even without the bottle. And we love how you’ve decorated the dry sink, so creative and festive!
We hope everyone is well; purrs from Derry.
Santa is pretty cool even without a Coke bottle!
The Florida Furkids
The kitties make the decorations even prettier. As it should be. Love the Santa and laughed at the opening the coke bottle.
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My goodness it must take you quite some time to set up all your beautiful Cristmas scenes! I love seeing them! Cheers!
Love that your Mom did that!!! She is curious like a cat! When I was little I was DYING to cut the heart on my Raggedy Ann because everyone said she had a candy heart. I never did find out lol!
I see that you are enjoying your scratcher!
Last night, I attended an online yoga class, and brought our lone yoga mat upstairs.
Sweetie went bonkers on that mat, thinking it was a pretty groovy scratcher! Oops!
What a cute Santa and how nice to still have it! And what cute pictures of Seal and Dolly! Lovely decorations!
Wow, what a treasure that Santa is. So much history.
Good thing you kitties are good kitties. If Buster were there, that Santa would have had a Buster shower already.
Things are looking more and more festive at your house.
Tama and Genji
We so love your decorations and its always nice to see Seal and Dolly. Purrs
I always like seeing your house, it’s so festive! It’s nice this Santa has been with you for such a long time.
Have a nice cozy weekend!
It wasn’t coke? Bummer! But he sure is a cute Santa.
MOL! Prying the Coke bottle out of Santa’s hand is EXACTLY something my human would do too.
I love the trees in the dry sink- great idea. It looks like a winter wonderland.
That is so nice that your Mom kept the Santa all these years … sans Coke bottle – MOL!
Great santa and love the photo 😀
What a wonderful Santa. A real antique.
I have a feeling that Santa could be quite valuable!
Great story and memories revolving around the Santa. That must have been the mold for old-timey Santas. We have a Santa that plays music with that same face from when TW was a kid. She said Gramma also had a battery operated Santa with the face.
How wonderful it is to have such a special Santa in the house!!
What a fun story! Although i am sure it was not fun finding out that there was no Coke in there.
The crystal Christmas scene is beautiful. We love that jolly St. Nick. We hope he is very good to all of you.
Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber
I am glad you respect the Claus.
Golly! That Santa is cute! And your Christmas decorations are everywhere! Has yous explored and played with them all?
Marv, Jo Jo, Kozmo, Cinnamon and Barb
lol well you have to know what’s inside
Oh such a sweet photo of the kitties and love the Santa ~ think I had one like it ^_^
Live each moment with love,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Charlee: “We have it on good authority from Dennis that Santa’s favorite drink is eggnog, so maybe that’s what was in his bottle?”
Chaplin: “Yeah but don’t go investigating. Santa doesn’t like it when you poke around into his drinking habits.”
That’s a funny story about Santa’s Coke bottle, though I’m sure it would preferable for mom if it were back in his hand. ~hugs~ Merry Christmas!