Letters to Santa were heartwarming, welcome

2014-01-12T00:00:00Z Letters to Santa were heartwarming, welcome nwitimes.com
January 12, 2014 12:00 am

I read all the heartwarming letters to Santa in The Times. It's so refreshing to hear the children express their thoughts to Santa -- from questions to wants and wishes for themselves and their family or a younger sister or brother.

Their little hearts seem full of gratitude for gifts of past years and expectation of receiving their desires this year also.

May the spirit of Christmas live on in their hearts as they grow up, and may they always believe in goodness, helping others and live in hope and love.

- Helen MacCormack, Crown Point

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