What did Mrs Claus say to her husband during the rainstorm?
She says, "Look at the rain, dear." (reindeer)
It's raining mr Claus
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Besides taking care of Santa and their house, Mrs. Claus does: . bakes all kinds of goodies, . knits presents, . answers some of Santa's mail, . helps organize Santa'…s schedule, . contacts the Presidents and Leaders of all countries to give the schedule (so governments don't think the sleigh is a missile attack), . receives permission to fly into all the different countries, . arranges to visit all ships on oceans and seas (like Naval Destroyers and submarines), . makes sure to keep Santa healthy year round, . teaches new Elves, . supervises the Elves, . is Santa's spokesperson and answers the phoneS - they have lots of phones . sends good thoughts to boys and girls who haven't been perfectly good, so they know Santa won't forget them . sends congrats to boys and girls who were exceptionally good . tends her flowers - she grows all kinds of flowers, which the Elves use to make perfumes and make-up . teaches Elves "good manners" . and most important of all, she loves Santa!
Of Course He Does. Have You not Heard Talk About Mrs Clause
Yes, you might just see a rainbow during a rainstorm.
Santa needs some too
Look at that rain dear.
"Look at that rain dear". UR WELCOME I HAD TO FIGURE IT OUT BY DOING THE WORKSHEET! LOL IKR!
Look at that rain dear (like ----> look at that reindeer) This is a Japanese joke; she said: "ãµã³ã¿ãµã³ãã¼!", pronounced as s anta sandÄ! , …a joke on the phonetic pronunciationsof English words by the Japanese.
"Dans la pluie" means "in a rainstorm" in French. .
look at the rain, dear
look at the rain dear
ozone created by the lightning passing through the air and water vapor
In Santa Claus
you're stupid reindeer are heading of oh you brats she shouted. by the way Santa's phone number is 5408975587! hope you call him soon
Mrs. Phelps says that according to the Army, the war is supposed to be quick; only forty-eight hours and then they would send her husband right back home. About her husband, s…he states that she isn't at all worried. On page 94, she says, "I'm not worried. I'll let Pete (her husband) do all the worrying. Not me. I'm not worried." She's completely convinced that her husband will be back home soon enough, although it is otherwise suggested throughout.