Santa is a ‘Strategist’ – as Mrs. Clause saves the day

Santa had a problem!

Elvis the Elf, (bright, young, new to the team), was making waves once again. He has seen a You-Tube video showing the innovator Ely Tusk’s bright, shiny new, All-Electric Hover Slay. It claims to be eco-friendly and equipped with all the latest GPS technology as well as heated seats. What’s not to like, he exclaims?

Santa could do without the hassle.

Bernard the head Elf was not happy, neither is Rudolph, his nose was teetering on verge of blinking and Santa knew from experience that this is never a good sign. All Bernard and Rudolph can see is a disruption to their highly developed, well proven plans for tackling this years’ Christmas Eve challenge.

Bernard was arguing that the plans he and the Elf team had on their Gant Chart on the wall would have to be ‘thrown out of the window’ if they had to accommodate the purchase and snow testing of this new contraption. There simply was not time. Far better to stick to the proven methods. In any case the reindeers have been in training for months now, Dasher, Dancer and Prancer are match fit and raring to go and who wants to be the one to tell Vixen her plans for Christmas Eve are under threat.

Santa sighed.

Elvis is a ‘Game Changer’ and he can always be relied on to bring new ideas, no matter how wacky and far-out, to the otherwise dull and dutiful Council meetings. Santa wants to encourage him, but Bernard and Rudolph both have a point. Bernard and the Elves do have a detailed Implementation plan ‘It’s oven ready and they simply want to get Christmas done’ as he keeps on saying, a little too frequently for Santa’s liking….

It is also true that Rudolph has been training and polishing the team for weeks now and they are as keen and eager as ever to get going.  What Santa needs is a ‘Playmaker’ to smooth the fractious debate.

Luckily, just as Santa was wondering what he should do to restore harmony and goodwill, Mrs. Clause came into the room. Hot tea and mince pies all round. She gently admonished the whole council saying the upset and noise is upsetting all the Elf’s in the workshop. Alabaster is close to tears, Snowball has taken a carrot and said he was going out for a long walk and may not be back, and Shinny Upatree has disappeared into the woods to do who knows what.

The mince pies and hot tea definitely helped the mood of the meeting. The conversation calmed down and it was agreed that the All-Electric Hover Slay was a great idea, but maybe a little ahead of its time for the Clause Council leadership team this year. Santa promised Elvis that he can look into it as an option for next year and asked him to keep everyone informed of the results of the trails that Ely Tusk was conducting at the moment.

Bernard was relieved his plans still stood and he and Rudolph left happy and got on with final preparations. ‘Implementers’ and ‘Polishers’ working in harmony together, a great sight to see, it warmed the cockles of Santa’s heart

All’s well that ends well.

Santa went back to his Joke writing as there were several Crackers still to fill. His top 10 jokes so far include:

  1. How much did Santa’s sleigh cost? Nothing, it was on the house.
  2. Why is Santa scared of chimneys? Because he’s claus-trophobic.
  3. How you can tell that Santa is real? You can always sense his presents.
  4. What nationality is Santa Claus? North Polish.
  5. Why did Santa go to the liquor store? He was looking for holiday spirits.
  6. What’s Santa’s favorite type of music? Wrap.
  7. Why is Santa so good at karate? He has a black belt.
  8. Why does Santa go through the chimney? Because it soots him.
  9. What do you call a kid who doesn’t believe in Santa? A rebel without a Claus.
  10. How does Santa take pictures? With his Pole-aroid camera.

Happy Christmas and let’s make 2020 the best year yet!

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