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Christmas Presents for Moms and Dads

Many of my friends ask me, “Santa Claus, what can I get for my Mommy and Daddy for Christmas?”. Then some of my friends ask me, “Santa Claus, why do you not bring as many presents for Mummies or Daddies or other grown-ups?”.
Well, the answer may surprise you!

You see, there is one present that grown-ups want. Mommies and Daddies. Grandmas and Grandpas. Aunts and Uncles. All Grown-ups!

It is a present they want more than anything else in the world. But it is not a present elves can make. It is not a present Santa can bring. It is not even a present money can buy! It is a present only you can give them!

What they would like most of all this Christmas is just to know how much you love them and how much they mean to you. Trust me! I have known the grown-ups in your life for a long time!

So here is what I want you to do: I want you to make up some gift cards for all the grown-ups you love. You can make a gift card that promises to do your Mom’s fingernails. Or one to make your Dad breakfast in bed. You could have one that promises to clean your room. Or even one to do the dishes for a week. You can make lots of cards for all kinds of things! If you do not know how to spell a word, draw it instead.

Santa’s Christmas Wish for the World

I am very lucky. I get to see the whole world. I get to see many wonderful things. People have done such great things.

But, I see a lot of things that make me a little sad too. After all, bad things do happen to good people through no fault of their own.

I see people who are hungry. I see people who are hurting. I see people who are afraid they won’t have somewhere to live.

This year I have received many emails from Moms and Dads needing help.

Yes, I see many things that make me thankful for all that I have.

And I see many things that give me hope.

What always gives me the most hope is the young people of the world. The kids that Mrs. Claus, the elves, reindeer and I love so much. The kids like you reading this. The kids who can make the world a better place for all.

Christmas day is coming...

From November onwards, it is impossible to forget that Christmas is coming. Coloured lights decorate many town centres and shops, along with shiny decorations, and artificial snow painted on shop windows.In streets and shops, 'Christmas trees' (real or plastic evergreen 'conifer' trees) will also be decorated with lights and Christmas ornaments.

Shopping centres become busier as December approaches and often stay open till late.Shopping centre speaker systems systems will play Christmas 'carols' - the traditional Christmas Christian songs, and groups of people will often sing carols on the streets to raise money for charity. Most places of work will hold a short Christmas party about a week before Christmas. Although traditional Christmas foods may be eaten, drink (and plenty of it) means that little work will be done after the party!

By mid-December, most homes will also be decorated with Christmas trees, coloured lights and paper or plastic decorations around the rooms. These days, many more people also decorate garden trees or house walls with coloured electric lights, a habit which has long been popular in USA.


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