Thanksgiving is just five days away now and we still have had no sign of Santa returning to the North Pole.
After the failed raid in France a few days ago everyone seems almost afraid to talk about it.
Santa is not here and the Tracking department can’t find him.
That doesn’t mean anything is wrong.
Santa has made a game of this thing. We have heard from him. He is okay. He’s just hiding while the tracking guys try to find him.
That is all.
Trust me. Santa will show up when he needs to show up!
Recent meetings of senior elf teams at the North Pole have discussed preparation for Christmas at length.
And we’re all feeling really good about how ready things are.
Production us up at the workshop and they are way ahead of their goal.
The North Pole Post Office is running on time, the Wrapping Department is stocked and ready to go and the Reindeer Training teams are already hard at work.
But despite all this readiness elves here are conversing more and more about how worried they are about Santa not being here and not being in charge of all that has to get done.
They are saying that without Santa here we can’t get the job done.
The ironic thing about that is that Santa is usually gone from about the middle of November until close to Christmas Eve any way – every year.
And have we ever failed?
No. I’m telling you right now. Stop worrying. We got this. Everything with Christmas is under control.
BREAKING NEWS – Elves from North Pole Security launched early this morning from the North Pole and headed for a location in France. There they conducted a raid in a search for Santa.
They did not find him.
Instead they frightened a 54-year old clockmaker who stands just under six feet tall and who wears a long white beard.
“I am NOT Santa Claus!” the man said after elves left him to address the media. “They burst into my home this afternoon singing “We found Santa!” and I’m NOT Santa.”
Red-faced elves in the
are yet to unlock the doors over there to explain themselves. North Pole Flight Command Center
Shortly after the elves returned Santa posted a message on the North Pole community website that reads:
“Ho, ho, ho, boys….I’m not in France. Love, Santa”.
Where Santa is at this time remains a mystery. With the official start to Operation Merry Christmas now less than two weeks away elves are getting annoyed that they have not yet been able to locate Santa.