On December 24th, Christmas Eve, I fly through the air with my sleigh and reindeer and take gifts to the homes of well-behaved, “good” children. All year long, I make a list of children throughout the world who are “naughty” or “nice” and deliver presents, including toys, and candy to all of the well-behaved children in the world. I wouldn’t be able to accomplish this without the help of the many elves and reindeer. The elves, reindeer, Mrs. Claus and I all live at the North Pole.
Primary job is to help the Reindeer learn how to get to all of the places in the world they have to fly to on Christmas Eve. Teach the reindeer how to guide Santa’s sleigh at night.
My job is to make sure everything runs smoothly at Santa’s Workshop. I take care of the sweet little elves by making sure they are happy and having fun, while they’re making toys, taking care of the reindeers, and working in Santa’s Post Office. Santa’s Post Office has grown so much over the years and is a big part of the many jobs elves have here at Santa’s Village.
My job is to make sure all of Santa’s letters get out as quick as possible. We have an assembly line of elves who fold Santa’s letters, stuff the letter into the envelope, seal the envelope, place the return address label from Santa, postage Stamp, address the letter to each child, add a gold seal on the back of the envelope, and add our special sticker on the front of the envelope.