Marty the Mouse is worried he will be on Santa’s naughty list because he disobeyed his parents again. It is a rule that Marty is never to go in the big house all by himself. The temptation of exploring all the rooms of the big house was excessive for Marty to resist. He has brought home lots of treasure they have found on his adventures. Marty dreams that one day he will leave his home within the wall of the big beautiful house and travel far and wide.
Jingles, Sparkle, Twinkle and Jolly, Marty’s cousins just are actually a number of Santa’s Christmas mice. A lot of people don’t realize it however the Christmas mice are Santa’s official mail helpers. Marty came up with the idea to inquire about his cousins who assist with the Santa letters in the North Pole, to aid him try to stay off Santa’s Naughty list. Jingle’s, a nice looking white and gray mouse, was always friendly being a young boy. Marty remembered in the past a family picnic. He and Jingles had fun playing ball together. Now Jingles works jointly with Santa Claus to make sure all of the mice across the world receive their personalized letters from Santa annually.
Marty got out his best paper and pencils. He was going to write a letter to JINGLES Straight Away. He will have to ask his Aunt Wilma for your secret address in the North Pole for all of the Christmas mice. Marty updated Jingles on all his family members. The start of the letter flowed like any letter to a person you have not seen in a while. Marty asked about the weather at the North Pole and then he wanted to know what it was like working for the real Santa. Next Marty got to begin his letter. He needed advice on the situation he currently found himself in.
Marty desired to know how to stay off Santa’s naughty list. He hoped there was something he could write in the Santa letter that will help. No person in the house was looking when Marty added his Santa letter in with the remainder of all the out going mail.
Jingles’s letter came almost every week later. Everyone was pumped up about the letter that had come all the way through the North Pole. His family couldn’t wait to find out how Jingles along with his family were doing. Marty disappointed his family when he announced which he would first read the letter in private.
Jingles impressed Marty by sending two letters. The first letter was one which Marty could share with his entire family. Jingles sent a picture of his family with Santa. The letter told Marty and his awesome family what was going in the North Pole, just basic things such as the weather. The 2nd one was the one Marty was waiting on. It held the trick of methods to keep off Santa’s naughty list. Marty thought the Christmas mice must be very smart since Jingles considered to send two separate Santa letters.
In the letter Jingles explained the Christmas Mice were accountable for sorting each of the letters that flowed inside and out in the North Pole. Considering that the mice be able to read all of the personalized letters from Santa and also to him they have a great idea what Santa might say.
Jingles told Marty that Santa only puts names on the naughty list once we do things we know are wrong again and again. Provided that we try to do the best we could Santa will understand about the small mistakes we make. All Santa wants is made for yumrne to test their best and carry out the right thing. Jingles said Santa is really as wonderful as we all imagined him to become.
Jingles said if we need him to he could send a great list guide. But Santa believes that people all truly know within our hearts the real difference between right and wrong. For this reason Santa Claus doesn’t get specific about how exactly we need to 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 towards the big house.