Love Letters to Santa
This year my mom drove me to my friend’s birthday party. My friend had a piñata full of little toys and candy along with a tidy Pin the Tail on the Donkey game. Though I didn’t win this game, I especially enjoyed playing Twister with all her friends. My parents snapped unique pictures of us in quaint poses while holding hilarious gestures. This was the first time I played Twister or for that matter even heard of such an amusing game. At the end of the match, while we were all intertwined in various Twister colors we suddenly collapsed on top of each other. I had a blast!
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Now, I understand my parents won’t be able to surprise me with Twister since there is no Toys R Us near us. I live in a remote area in the world that speaks Patois and our president is not fond of kids, therefore he doesn’t cater to our needs. We don’t have parks to play tag or even any toy stores in our neighborhood.
I truly need to have a Twister Game to play with my cousins on breezy summer days. Usually, we love to read, except, we are antsy and need something else to do besides sitting and reading children’s books all the time. Please, Santa, would you find a way to bring me this toy on Xmas Day?
My Uncle is An Artist, and I Truly Admire His Artwork
Dear Santa Claus,
My uncle is an artist and I truly admire his artwork. He said he began his drawing career when he was a little boy at the age of two. I found this rather amusing and desired to learn more. At two my uncle was drawing designs and pictures of beautiful flowers. His talent grew into stunning portraits and breathtaking landscapes of glorious mountain views and quiet river life. I totally admire my uncle and want to be just like him.
While I was fumbling through his attic one day I came across a broken Spirograph set. Judging from its condition, I gathered it was as old as my uncle, ouch! I believe it would be nearly impossible to purchase such a toy in today's age. I need a Spirograph set to practice, in order to be an artist like my uncle. I don’t imagine I’ll ever be as successful, except I believe my art will have its own personality. I can’t wait for my work to come alive and have heaps of fun with Spirograph designs. This is my answer to learning to become an artist. Would you, please make me a set of Spirographs?
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This Year Santa, I Collected a Bunch of Dolls!
Dear Saint Nicolas,
This year Santa, I collected a bunch of dolls. Some dolls are enormous and as lofty as me and others resemble babies. Though I love to play with my large dolls and make believe they are me and feed and change the diapers of my baby dolls, I truly adore my Barbie dolls. I have over fifteen Barbie dolls and don’t have a place to display them. My mom said she looked all over town for a Barbie Dream House Mansion, except she couldn’t find any. She even spoke to an artist about crafting one for me and he said he had no time during the busy Holidays.
I hope you can have your elves build me a Barbie Mansion Santa because I absolutely need one! I want it to have twenty rooms and painted pink all the wood grain. This may sound difficult, however, I gather there is nothing impossible for you, and you dearly strive to make every child blissful on Xmas day.
I Live Near You Santa, in Alaska!
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Claus,
I live in an Alaskan Island near you in the North Pole. My dream is to become a scientist and I am in fifth grade. I totally adore the glaciers and tundra of our terrain. Their breathtaking view mesmerizes me and I have snapped wonderful pictures of them during the winter and spring season for safe keeping.
My teacher, Mrs. Galleger came to class with an amethyst and rose crystal one day. She said they possess special powers! I couldn't understand why, though they were lovely. I touched and licked them and didn't feel anything significant. However, Mrs. Galleger blew my mind when she said I would be able to grow one. How can this be? I never knew one could grow rocks, I simply thought they formed in caves and grew beside rivers over hundreds of years.
If my teacher is right, Mr. and Mrs. Clause, I'd like to have the first shot at growing rocks. Perhaps, I’ll be able to feed them too! Please show me what I must do to obtain beautiful crystal rocks of my own.
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I Need 50 Toy Cars!
Dear Mr. Claus,
I understand your name is Santa, however, I prefer to call you Mr. Claus since I have so much respect for you. The kids in my neighborhood love to race cars and they have all sorts of mechanical cars. They race for prizes at a local pond park and my parents won't allow me to hang out at the pond by myself since I am not of age yet.
I love my friend's remote control cars, however, I truly desire the tiny metal cars that race according to the thrust of my arm. I find this exhilarating and I want to surprise my cousins during the holidays with a homebound car race in my father's garage. I'll need approximately fifty toy cars.
I Need an Operation!
This year Santa I am in need of an operation. It won't be overly complicated, however, I know deep down in my heart I will recover. Would you, please send me an Operation's game I can play with my little pouch? This will help take the edge off my situation.
And my little baby sister who can't speak yet I guess would also love to a game too. Anything will do. I can't vouch for her, except I know she loves everything my momma gives her.
Love, Steve and Cindy
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