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Dear Oliver,

It's sure been a fun year up at the North Pole, but I'm so glad Christmas is almost here! We've spent months getting ready for the holidays and it won't be long now until we head to Texas to see you in Georgetown. We can't wait!

The other day I was in the workshop polishing a new wooden train when Mrs. Claus brought in a plate of delicious gingerbread cookies – my favorite! The elves and I finished the whole batch in just a few minutes, and I decided I'd like one more cookie. I snuck into the kitchen to see if there were any leftover treats and spotted a little box on the counter. The cookies inside weren't gingerbread, but they tasted great just the same. When Mrs. Claus returned and saw the crumbs in my beard, she let out a big laugh. It seems I was the first to sample the new reindeer biscuits she had cooked up! At least I know the reindeer will love them!

You've been good all year, Oliver, so keep up the good work and I'll come visit you soon. I hope you have a wonderful winter and a very merry Christmas!

Love,

Santa Claus

P.S. In case I don't get a chance to write to Skylar, please mention I'll stop there with presents, too.

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Dear Oliver,

It's sure been a fun year up at the North Pole, but I'm so glad Christmas is almost here! We've spent months getting ready for the holidays and it won't be long now until we head to Texas to see you in Georgetown. We can't wait!

The other day I was in the workshop polishing a new wooden train when Mrs. Claus brought in a plate of delicious gingerbread cookies – my favorite! The elves and I finished the whole batch in just a few minutes, and I decided I'd like one more cookie. I snuck into the kitchen to see if there were any leftover treats and spotted a little box on the counter. The cookies inside weren't gingerbread, but they tasted great just the same. When Mrs. Claus returned and saw the crumbs in my beard, she let out a big laugh. It seems I was the first to sample the new reindeer biscuits she had cooked up! At least I know the reindeer will love them!

You've been good all year, Oliver, so keep up the good work and I'll come visit you soon. I hope you have a wonderful winter and a very merry Christmas!

Love,

Santa Claus

P.S. In case I don't get a chance to write to Skylar, please mention I'll stop there with presents, too.