The summer sun is starting to peek over the horizon signaling the start of Christmas Eve day in the South Pacific.
The North Pole Post Office is bracing for an onslaught of last minute mail from that part of the world.
“It always happens,” Elf Hugo says. “Kids wake up, they realize it is Christmas Eve and they think of just one more thing they want to tell Santa, so they write a note and send it by stocking mail.”
Stocking mail is the most reliable delivery system at this late hour for getting mail to Santa. You write or draw your note and then leave it in your stocking. It will get picked up by elves from the North Pole Post Office as quickly as possible. It is much faster than sticking a letter in the mail.
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