[The North Pole Times]
[1995]
[Santa's OFFICIAL News Source]
Saturday May 28, 2022    
[Mrs Claus]
Holiday Appetizers

What's a holiday party without shrimp cocktail? Here's a twist on the classic, direct from the Arctic.


A little zip and tang will have your mouth watering and coming back for more.

Your holiday party is just not complete without them!

Here's a great treat for that holiday party.

More Arctic pleasure for the holiday appetizer table.

A GREAT treat for your holiday get together from the kitchen of Grandma Tietge!

Corey's Crockpot Honey Garlic Little Smokies Sausages are BURSTING with flavor and incredibly easy to make. Guests will be demanding this recipe on the spot.

A quick mix with a little kick to start off that holiday party.

Put these little treats on the table at your holiday party and watch them disappear before your very eyes!

Here's a little something you just might enjoy!

Who doesn't like bacon? These smoky sausage bites burst with flavor.

What do you wish for?

Write a list for yourself

[What do you wish for?]

You hear that saying a lot this time of year.  You might read it in a card, hear it said on TV.

There’s even a song with those words in it.  Can you hear it? 

I wanted to write a little bit about wishes.  

When I was your age, I used to wish for things.  I think that’s pretty normal.  I wanted a new bike like my neighbor down the street or a swimming pool for our family like my cousins had when we visited their home.  

As time went on, I wanted to experience different things.  We get a few days away from the North Pole each year.  I like to string days off together like twinkling lights on a Christmas tree and go on an adventure, do something fun that I’ve never done before. Those then became the things I wished for. Sometimes my mind takes me to a place while I’m eating my lunch in the cafeteria here and then I’ll wish for that.

[by Eddie Elf]

Now that I’m a little older, I find that my wishes are about people.  I wish I got to see my family more or I wish a friend who was sick felt better.  I wish my best elf friend lived closer.  He’s on special assignment for Santa at an undisclosed location.  He may help Santa being able to know how you’re doing in the good or not so good behavior department.  I cannot confirm or deny that.  

Think about them – people, places, things.   What do you wish for?

Go ahead and write up a wish list for Santa, but also write one up for yourself about things you want to do, people you want to see.   

As Christmas draws near, I hope that some of your wishes start to come true.

The thing I’ve found about wishes is that they may not happen when you want them to, and that’s okay. I’ve learned they’re not always meant to.  It leaves us still having wishes and wanting, a hope for the future. We all need that.

I wish YOU a Merry Christmas.

Until next wEDnesday!

For goodness sake,

Eddie Elf


[School or Wonders]
[The North Pole Times News Team]