Santa Returns a Lost Wallet

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Source: BaconBazinga, “Found a first grader’s wallet in the parking lot today. Decided to mail it back to him with a little Christmas cheer.” Imgur. 1 December 2013

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During the holiday season of 2013, Redditor BaconBazinga found a first-grader’s wallet at the parking lot of a Walmart in Minnesota. He decided to mail it back to the first-grader along with this letter from Santa Claus:

“Dear [redacted],

“Merry Christmas! I can’t believe another year has gone by so quickly and it’s almost time to visit you in [redacted] again.

“The elves have been very busy this year and I’ll be bringing you something very special they created just for you. I’m sure you’ll like it!

“Well, it looks like the elves need me in the toy factory now, so I have to say goodbye. Be sure to leave a little snack for me and the reindeer on Christmas Eve because we get hungry flying to visit so many kids.

“Keep being good!

“P.S. — While I was making sure you and other girls and boys were being good at Walmart, I found your wallet and thought you would like it back.

“Love,

“Santa Claus”

Of course, this question arises: What if the child’s family does not celebrate Christmas? BaconBazinga thought of that. He placed the wallet in a Christmas-decorated envelope with the return address “Santa, North Pole” clearly visible. That way, the child’s parents will see it, and if they think it best, open it, and give their child the wallet but not the letter from Santa. Of course, if the child’s family does celebrate Christmas, the letter from Santa will be a wonderful surprise. By the way, Redditor shazammicus commented, “Santa has an actual mailing address in Canada where kids can write to him:

“Santa Claus

“North Pole, Canada H0H 0H0.

“Yes, his postal code his Ho Ho Ho!”

For Further Information: BaconBazinga, “Found a first grader’s wallet in the parking lot today. Decided to mail it back to him with a little Christmas cheer.” Reddit. 1 December 2013

http://tinyurl.com/mq8rhnp

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