When are you too old for Santa?

When are you too old for Santa?

Hello everyone!

The North Pole Post Office just keeps receiving the questions coming in for Elf Crash Murphy. It’s great to see so many of you already in the Christmas spirit!

But today’s question is a tough one.

It comes from someone who I think is maybe thinking they are too old for Santa Claus.

Click the player below to listen to how Elf Crash answers the question.

But I would just remind you of something: kids are not the only ones who follow our web site.

In fact, we’re soon to release a new video and on that video is some information from one of the biggest Santa fans in all the world.

He just happens to be more than 90 years old.

Now, I won’t tell you anything further about it because it is a surprise that I think we’re saving for you until after Halloween. But it is a fun project and one that has surprised us not by the kids that participate but by all the adults that have jumped in on it too.

You’re never too old for Santa!

Elf Ernest

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Sleighs! Santa is Building a Fleet of Sleighs

Christmas in JulyThey have run out of room in the Sleigh Barn. And now we know what the big construction project is all about — sleighs!

Santa late yesterday made an announcement and invited everyone over to the Sleigh Barn where he proudly showed off the first new sleighs of the project. There were eight sleighs of different colors: bright red, dark green, white, dark blue, yellow, purple, pale blue, and pink. Pink!!!!

I don’t understand all the colors. Heck, I don’t understand all the sleighs.

It is not as if there aren’t already a bunch of sleighs in Santa’s fleet. But this is a whole new kind of sleigh and given how much lumber there is out there the plans for the next several months obviously is to continue to build them.

Why would Santa need all these sleighs?

Well, that’s a mystery.

He’s not talking and there is not an elf in any department that can tell me. It’s not that they are not willing to talk — it is just that they don’t know.

There is still that really, really big building under construction out there, too. It is mostly done. This week they were installing these giant racks that run from floor to ceiling. Those racks are design to store all those sleighs. Santa says he will start moving the sleighs in there soon and they will all be organized by color.

Meanwhile and I thought I’d better share this with you today, it appears our Christmas-in-July celebrations begin in about a week here at the North Pole. The planning meetings for that great event have been going on for months now. I think we will have some exciting news for you in the weeks ahead as part of Christmas-in-July.

Elf Ernest

Construction Continues Around the Clock at the Sleigh Barn

Okay, okay — quit pestering me with all the emails!

Yes, whatever it is that Santa is building continues to grow here at the North Pole. Next to the Sleigh Barn a giant building has gone up in the past few weeks.

Now, it is not as huge as the Building with No Name that was the talk of Christmas a few years ago. But still, it is pretty big and I can tell you right now — so far — that building is empty.

Santa is making no effort to hide what he is doing — even if he isn’t talking about it. All I can tell you is that he and an elf work crew put up that building and now they are locked away behind closed doors in the Sleigh Barn building something else.

Meanwhile, I heard that Santa expects Elf Victor to be coming home in a few days. And, from what I’m being told, he is bringing a lot of reindeer with him.

I don’t know what that is all about either.

We have a lot of reindeer here at the North Pole now and many of them at this time of the year don’t know what to do with themselves. Maybe Victor is bringing them some new friends to play with.

Anyway, I think we need a few days before we know for sure what Santa is building.

We expect to have a lot of news for you during Christmas-in-July. In fact, a lot of fun stuff is planned.

So whatever news this is of Santa I hope he gets it out of the way quickly so we can get on with the fun stuff.

Elf Ernest