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Santa is a Tar Heel

...well, I already knew this, but here's my confirmation! Against my mother-in-law's wishes, I think I'm going to have to take the little guy to this! Happy Friday everyone!

Santa Photos with Ramses!
Monday, December 15. 3-7 p.m.
Chapel Hill, NC
University Mall


  1. Oh My Gosh!! I wish i could go to this too! I am a die hard carolina most of my pictures with santa when i was little, i had on a heels cheerleading outfit!! i'm so jealous you get to go with your little boy!

  2. Why that is a must, isn't it?? I know I would mos def have my group there if it were Smokey the Vol mascot!

  3. That's all a bunch of hooey... we both know why Santa wears Wolfpack Red!

    Jk - sorta... I'm sure pictures will be ADORABLE from that event!

  4. Hey there, I am doing a giveaway this week on my blog, so please stop by when you get a minute:

  5. Well, it's a pleasure to meet another smart woman! It's funny b/c I grew up in Apex (we left Raleigh in 2006 - had been in the area for 40 years), and I know UNC's Blue Santa, so I thought about that when I saw Ramses! You're right...can't wait to kick their butts! Also, if you come back by my blog sometime, the 12/5 post, my award from Jennifer at beaufortlookout, is a Durham blogger. She's the Dukie married to a UNC grad. I've met another blogger from Durham, but I can't remember who she is. Have happy holidays! Go heels!


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