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A Special Cajun Christmas
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Have a Sha Bebe Holiday

Have a Sha Bebe Holiday

Oak trees were filled with firefly lights in the Land of Sha Bebe.
Candle lights lit up the braided rug road on this special day.
The sugarcane was cut and sent away to the mill.
Leaving the fields empty and frost-filled.

Midnight was the time that Madame Plume’s feather clock went tick tock.
The time that Queen Faustina came outside with a huge red velvet box.
Filled with the Christmas tree and all of the stuff to decorate for the season.
This two thousand and five year was going to be for a very special reason.

Wreaths were made of pine leaves and red ribbons from Madame Poulette.
They were special satin ribbons that came from her magic flying quilt set.
Red poinsettias were set along the front porch and filled the entire land.
And all of the dolls were ready to decorate everything with their own hands.

Santa and his elves were stuffing many big bags up there at the North Pole.
Filling each one with lots of presents, and getting ready to go out into the cold.
Marie La Vie had her wharf fully lit up with kerosene torch lights.
Her vision was set to go another way for this blessed night.

Marie sent a message with the Cajun Angels to Santa.
To bless the children in the upstate area with his many gifts a plenty.
Because Madame Plume had POPPED one million dolls to life,
And Madame Poulette zapped one million quilts much to her delight.

The deep south was going to be the final destination for the one million dolls.
To bring hope to victims of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana, for all.
As the one million dolls sat on the magic flying quilts to do their good deed.
Queen Faustina cried, along with Poulette, Plume, and Marie La Vie.

Bring the humans plenty of hope, you dolls who are so special in my heart.
Make everyone happy for the great hurricane that spread so many apart.
Families who are victims left with no home, cold in the winter, with little to eat.
Tell them that the Sha Bebe will bring them together in a Louisiana heart beat.

………..and with one tap from Madame Poulette’s magic wand in hand.
One million Sha Bebe were in flight on magic quilts headed to the South land.
They brought love and  hope to everyone on this special Christmas day
Like no one else in this country has done yet in their very, very slow way~!


© 12-7-2005 Mary Lynn Plaisance
Have a very Blessed and Joyous
Merry Christmas

From the characters in
the Land of Sha Bebe.
Queen Faustina
Marie La Vie
Madame Poulette
Madame Plume
The one million boys and girls of the land

If you have a home, give thanks this Christmas, and send out prayers of hope for those who don’t.
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Thank You so much.


Happy Kwanzaa
Season Greetings
Happy Hanukkah
Have a great Winter Solstice 
Merry Christmas
Happy Yule
Happy Holidays to all

IF I left anyone religious Seasons Greetings message out just let me know.

Freedom of religion means ALL religions.

If you don’t celebrate any particular religion above then,
Peace and Love to you.

Don't worry about my big five pointed star on top of my tree......

It's the Star of Bethlehem

Do you believe? -- In the Land of Sha Bebe

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Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater
Merry Christmas to you and Teddy and the kids and the Cajun Fairies, Mary Lynn...I love you the best Mama...Blessed Be.

Love Always,
Reviewed by Kathy Armijo
This is my first Christmas at the Den. Is anything being done this year for the boys and girls to which I might contribute?

God bless you. Peace, love and hugs. Kathy
Reviewed by Mary Coe
I know you wrote this at Christmas time in 1005. I couldn't wait until Christmas comes again. I loved the Title and I had to read it. I really enjoyed it. Very well done.
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot
Thank you for the sentiments, much appreciated.
Christmas for us will be spent at the beach under the pier escaping the heat. ATB to you and yours
Reviewed by m j hollingshead
enjoyed the read
Reviewed by Sandie Angel
Happy New Year to you and your family!

Lucky Star Sandie May Angel :o)
Reviewed by Gloria Morrison (Reader)
If this could actually be done in a Louisiana heart beat, how wonderful everything would be. Lovely poem, Mary Lynn. I enjoy the doll stories so much. I signed.
Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
F a s c i n a t i n g. Getting ready to click on the link now.
G r e a t w o r k y o u a r e d o i n g. Want to learn more!!
Good luck!!! 'Pea' <3
Reviewed by Lynn H. Swanson (Reader)
Lovely poem. I signed. The best of holidays to you.
Reviewed by Nordette Adams
Thank you, Mary Lynn. I'll be glad to get back home I hope this year. Delightful write you've got here. Merry Christmas to you and your family and the Land of Sha Bebe. :-) ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
Great Stuff, Mary Lynn, thank you for putting this on and giving the world a chance to celebrate Christmas Cajun style. Sorry I was so late in commenting. Been busy. I LOVE what you did with Beb's Place. Fantastic!!!
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Best wishes to you, Mary Lynn. Thank you so much. Love and peace.

Reviewed by Daisy Chesterfield (Reader)
You've truly captured the meaning of Christmas. Thanks for sharing. Merry Christmas Mary Lynn.
Reviewed by Amanda Parker (Reader)
Finding me way around here. Didn't know you had other reads. Lovely poem. Written with a passion from the heart. Today is the day of the winter solstice. Wishing you the best for your season. Seen the photos on the telly. Your words read compassion. Lovely poem.
Reviewed by Charlene Boudreaux (Reader)
Thanks for emailing me this site as a Christmas card. Congrats on having it picked for the news papers. It's bitter sweet. Sends a much needed message, and is a lovely poem. David, there is a place such as this. I've been there. Merry Christmas bebe. Charlene.
Reviewed by David Arthur Walters
What a refreshing world you have here. Why, I never knew there was such a place!
Reviewed by Kate Clifford
Thank you for such a beautiful uplifting sharing......and for the information.
Reviewed by Debbie Frost (Reader)
I'm not from Louisiana. I signed the petition. It's ludicrous what I see on the news that's not happening. So much destruction. So sad. I love your poem. Your words are thouroughly heartwarming. I love the photo. It's relaxing to look at. I read your works. Thanks for sharing this poignant moment with us. Keep writing.
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Wonderful Christmas poem. A joy to read!

Reviewed by Carla Manning (Reader)
Queen faustina cried. I still cry. Many still cry. The winter weather is here. I signed the petition. Great poem Mary Lynn. You caught the moment of suffering in a beautiful way, yet still leaving a message of hope.
Merry Christmas. Carla.
Reviewed by Ted Prejean (Reader)
Wow, the place is decked with holly and santa. The poem is packed with a delightful message. If one million dolls could fly to help the victims of this horrible hurricane when others seem to not know what they're doing, everything would be peace on earth. How wonderful. Love the thought that's behind the poem. Wonderful words for this special Christmas.

Merry Christmas to your family. I signed the petition.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Aieeee-eeeeeeeeeee, a rollickin good Christmas tale, I garontee. Wish I had a million dollars to buy those adorable dolls! BRAVA!

(((HUGS))) and joyeux noel *spelling??*, Karla.
Reviewed by Gladys Simon (Reader)
Hauntingly beautiful, if I may use that oxymoron. All we have left is hope, and you elegnatly brought that out in this poem. Great words Mary Lynn. Brings me a tear, but we can't lose hope. ya ya gladys.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
oh, chere', this is absolutely delightful! you have a heart of gold! and your talent is nothing short of awesome! brava, chere'!! merry cajun christmas and a happy cajun new year to you too! aaaaiiieee!!!! :D

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :D
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