Dear Santa,

The Compass - - Letters To Santa -

How are you and Mrs. Claus? My name is Ash­ton and I’m 8 years old. Thanks for the gifts you gave me last year. This year I would like a hockey net, four hockey tar­gets, a pair of Heely’s and a sur­prise. Please bring some sur­prises to my older brother and sis­ter. I have been a good boy all year Santa. There will be a lunch for you by the tree.

Your buddy, Ash­ton Os­mond Ed­mon­ton, Al­berta

I was won­der­ing if you have a fridge to keep straw­ber­ries in. I love straw­ber­ries, they are good for you! I hope Mrs. Claus makes sure you have them in your lunch. For Christ­mas this year I would like Shop­kins blind bags, some make up and some cutie cars for Shop­kins.

Love, Beth Nor­man Bay Roberts

My name is Ash­lyn Fitzger­ald. I am 14 months old and I live in Bay Roberts. I am get­ting very ex­cited for Christ­mas this year. Last year

I was too small to re­ally en­joy it. I was won­der­ing if you could bring me a baby doll and maybe some new blocks to play with. Could you also make sure all the other lit­tle boys and girls get some­thing they would like for Christ­mas too? I will be sure to leave you some treats on Christ­mas Eve!

Your friend, Ash­lyn

How are you and Ru­dolph? We had snow to­day in my yard! Did any snow fall in your yard yet? I can’t wait to play with you and get my pic­ture taken! I would like to have a puppy toy for Christ­mas this year. I would also like for you to bring a sur­prise for Mommy, Nanny and Poppy. I have three baby cousins and they are too young to write their own let­ters yet so I would like it if you could bring them some baby sur­prises for Christ­mas this year. They like noisy toys!! We have all been very good boys and girls. I will leave some toast, a car­rot and some milk and cook­ies for your bed snack on Christ­mas Eve. I hope you like it! Please take care of all the sick and un­for­tu­nate chil­dren in the world. Ev­ery­one de­serves a Happy Christ­mas!

Love, Ju­lia Sel­lars XOXO

Hi. It’s your friends Otis and Vi­o­let. How are you Santa? Hope you’re all ready for an­other big Christ­mas. Speak­ing of big, we’re both four years old now. Our mom and dad say we’re get­ting to be gi­nor­mous! How about that! We were good chil­dren this year. Otis would like a dump truck and Vi­o­let re­ally would like to try on a pair of bal­le­rina slip­pers. Don’t for­get Grandma and Granda Robin­son in Har­bour Grace, Nanny Sandy in St. John’s and Poppy Vic and Nanny Mar in Florida this Christ­mas. We can’t wait for you to see our new house Santa!


Otis and Vi­o­let Gree­ley-Robin­son

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