Today marks just 10 months until Christmas Eve. Can you believe it?
Life here at the North Pole has settled into a quiet, busy routine since Christmas. It snows, we work, and then comes night time – a time of rest.
These are the dog days of winter. It is too early in the year to be thinking about vacation. So many great events are afar off.
But it goes by fast, you know?
I actually love this time of year. You know why?
Because I have time to think. Time to plan. And for elves like me this is the time of year when Christmas really happens – in my head. I’ve got it all planned out.
To be an elf is to be a good planner. And it is planning season at the North Pole.
I plan to hire some more writers this year. I plan to tell you more than ever about life at the North Pole. I plan to provide even more breaking news of Santa, his annual Christmas flight and how all things Christmas work. It’s going to be a great Christmas!
What about you? What are you planning for Christmas?
Do elves go to church and believe in god like my family?
Elf Ernest,is Rudolph married to a doe reindeer?And if so does he have any reindeer kids?
I am already doing a elf team is that ok Elf Ernst
Is Rudolph married and who is it?
Yes, yes…he’s married. Her name is Mrs. Rudolph.