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Mrs. Claus of Boulder, A Joy Of A Person! And Meet Donner!

Please meet Mrs. Claus of Boulder County and Donner. Michelle Grimes is a Professional Mrs. Santa Claus! Donner is a Method Actor Gone Overboard In His Role

Michelle Grimes is a professional Mrs. Claus. Having been trained by the best of the Claus trainers, and adding her decades of acting and teaching experience, she brings a special magic to holiday parties. While some youngsters are scared by Mr. Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus exudes friendship and love. Without some of the limitations placed on the classic Mr. Claus appearances, Mrs. Claus can spend time with each child, leaving the youngsters with a lasting positive memory. Why, you might ask, am I writing about Mrs. Claus when we are just getting to the end of Spring Skiing? Because her presence during the holiday season is in such demand that to get her booked for the most special of parties we must think ahead and book NOW or be left with an empty stocking.

There has been some debate in our office as to whether Donner is an appropriate Dog of the Day. The Antlers seem to belie the claim of membership in the canine community, while the level of “cute” which Donner brings to the table is about unbeatable. Donner is making a special guest appearance for this photo shoot.

By the way, do you know the difference between “antlers” and “horns”? I’m glad you asked! I looked it up for both of us.

Antlers and horns, while both are head appendages found in various species of animals, have distinct differences in structure, growth, and function. Antlers are typically found in members of the deer family and are made of bone. They are shed and regrown annually, with their growth regulated by hormones and seasonal changes. In contrast, horns, which are found in animals like goats, sheep, and cattle, are permanent structures consisting of a core of bone surrounded by a layer of keratin. Unlike antlers, horns are not shed and continue to grow throughout the animal’s life. Additionally, antlers are usually branched and are more common in males, whereas horns can be found in both sexes and are usually unbranched.

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