Four hours remain until Santa takes off but you wouldn’t know it by looking in the Tracking Department at the North Pole. Things are moving pretty fast there right now.
As they prepare for Santa’s launch they are starting to receive weather updates, reports on neighborhoods, the obstacles high in the skies over cities and places and people of concern that might affect Santa’s travels. Those reports are flooding the North Pole and keeping the elves in the Tracking Department plenty busy.
They have to sort all that information. They have to compile it for Santa to review quickly. They have to put the most important information in front of him first. There’s no need for Santa to know what’s going on in Mongolia when he’s headed to Fiji, you know?
The tracking department also has to keep track of where it is actually Christmas Eve and where it is Christmas morning.
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