The Most Famous Reindeer

Ho Ho Ho Tis the Season for Santa Claus and Christmas trees will soon be decorated with tinsel and lights, as we Deck the Halls.  Now that we all got our fill of turkey, Christmas music will be constantly bombarding us, and I will be waiting with bells on, as I get into the holiday spirit.  Christmas comes but once a year and Christmas is in the air, but one year Christmas almost did not happen.  One year a misfit reindeer with a glowing red nose came through in the clutch and saved Christmas.

Rudolph was teased by the other reindeer because of his glowing red nose, however he was raised in a loving home and he was happy. Rudolph was discovered by Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, when Santa was delivering presents in the forest on a foggy night.  Santa was in a difficult situation because he could not see where his sleigh was going, but with Rudolph’s help he was able to handle all of the deliveries.  Rudolph came around at a conveniently awesome time, which allowed Santa to be successful and this became the difference between all the children getting presents or coming up empty.  Rudolph came through when he was needed the most and he was able to perform under pressure in this stressful situation.  His bright shiny nose was exactly what was needed, exactly when Santa needed it and this changed the outcome of Christmas.

15 thoughts on “The Most Famous Reindeer

  1. “Now that we all got our fill of turkey, Christmas music will be constantly bombarding us….” Ugh. I get so sick of Christmas music “constantly bombarding” me that by the time December 25th rolls around, the only words I can get out of my mouth are “Bah Humbug.”

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  2. Well, I happen to enjoy Christmas and all the music and whatever.

    Did you know the story of Rudolph was written by a marketing guy from Montgomery Ward’s, based in Chicago? Love the Max Fleischer cartoon adaptation…

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