Marty the Mouse is worried he will be on Santa’s naughty list as he disobeyed his parents again. It is a rule that Marty is never to go within the big house all by himself. The temptation of exploring all the rooms of the big house was too much for Marty to resist. They have brought home lots of treasure he has found on his adventures. Marty dreams that one day he will leave his home in the wall of the big beautiful house and travel far and wide.
Jingles, Sparkle, Twinkle and Jolly, Marty’s cousins just happen to be a number of Santa’s Christmas mice. Many people don’t realise it but the Christmas mice are Santa’s official mail helpers. Marty developed the concept to ask his cousins who help out with all the Santa letters in the North Pole, to help him try to stay off Santa’s Naughty list. Jingle’s, a great looking white and gray mouse, was always friendly as being a young boy. Marty remembered in the past a family picnic. He and Jingles had fun playing ball together. Now Jingles works with Santa Claus to make certain each of the mice across the world receive their personalized letters from Santa every year.
Marty got out his best paper and pencils. He was going to write a letter to JINGLES RIGHT AWAY. He would have to ask his Aunt Wilma for that secret address at the North Pole for all of the Christmas mice. Marty updated Jingles on all his members of the family. The start of the letter flowed as with any letter to a person you have not seen in a while. Marty asked about the weather in the North Pole and he wanted to be aware what it absolutely was like doing work for the actual Santa. Next Marty got to the point of his letter. He needed advice on the situation he currently found himself in.
Marty wanted to know how to stay off Santa’s naughty list. He hoped there was something he could write in his Santa letter that could help. No person in the house was looking when Marty added his Santa letter in with the rest of all out going mail.
Jingles’s letter came almost a week later. Everyone was enthusiastic about the letter that had come all the way from your North Pole. His family couldn’t wait to view how Jingles and his awesome family were doing. Marty disappointed his family as he announced that he would first browse the letter in private.
Jingles impressed Marty by sending two letters. The very first letter was the one that Marty could share with his entire family. Jingles sent an image of his family with Santa. The letter told Marty and his family what have been going in the North Pole, just basic things like the climate. The next one was the main one Marty had been waiting on. It held the key of methods to stay off Santa’s naughty list. Marty thought the Christmas mice must be very smart since Jingles considered to send two separate Santa letters.
Within his letter Jingles explained the Christmas Mice were accountable for sorting all of the letters that flowed inside and out from the North Pole. Considering that the mice be able to read each of the personalized letters from Santa and to him there is a wise decision what Santa might say.
Jingles told Marty that Santa only puts names on the naughty list when we do things we understand are wrong again and again. Provided that we attempt to accomplish the most effective we can Santa will understand regarding the small mistakes we make. All Santa wants is perfect for yumrne to test their very best and carry out the right thing. Jingles said Santa is just as wonderful since we all imagined him to become.
Jingles said when we need him to he could send a great list guide. But Santa believes we all truly know in our hearts the difference between right and wrong. That is why Santa Claus doesn’t get specific about how exactly we must or shouldn’t behave.
After looking at Jingles’s letter Marty was overflowing with joy. If all he had to do was be good he could always remain on Santa’s nice list. He wondered if Santa would mind him making some more secret trips to the big house.