Reindeer Flying Skills
Ho, Ho, Ho [First name],
It’s been snowing all day here at the North Pole, and it’s very, very cold. Thank goodness Mrs Claus just brought me a cup of hot cocoa to warm my frosty hands. You see, the reindeer and I have been working on our flying skills all day. After all, we want to make sure that we are ready for the journey around the world soon. There have been so many good children this year, and we have many homes to visit. Of course, we will also be visiting [HomeTown]!
Mrs Claus and I just had a look at my Nice List, and guess what? You, my dear [Boy/Girl], have made it onto my list again. I also know that you have asked for a [Present], let me see what I can do to get this to you at Christmas. They heard that you [Achievement], and we all agreed that you deserve an extra special present this year. At [Age Range] old, that really is wonderful.
Did you know that the reindeer practise their flying skills every single day? They take their job very seriously. Mrs Claus always makes sure that they have the most delicious carrots to eat so that they can see perfectly when we fly at night. Carrots are very healthy. Of course, Mrs Claus also bakes special reindeer Christmas cookies for them. They do love eating those. Today, Comet ate too many cookies and got a tummy ache. But don’t worry, he had a little nap and is feeling much better now. Eating too many cookies is never a good idea.
Speaking of cookies, Mrs Claus just brought me a plate of freshly baked ones to dunk into my hot cocoa. I must remember to not eat all of them though. Do [Friends Name] and you also enjoy Christmas treats? Perhaps you could ask [Relative Name] to leave some cookies and milk for me on Christmas Eve, and perhaps a carrot or two for the reindeer. We would be most grateful.
Now that my hands have warmed up again, it’s time for me to get back to work. But before I go, let me be the first to wish you a very Merry Christmas filled with Christmas goodness and joy!