"Dear Santa" letters answered by U.S. Post Office program
One 13-year-old boy who sent a "Dear Santa" letter to the U.S. Post Office this year asked only for covers for his bed, "so I can stay warm this winter." Another letter from a 12-year-old wanted nothing for himself, just something for his single mother, because she worked so hard.
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#1 Dec 22, 2012
Dear Santa, I want nothing for myself, I've been unemployed for 7 years, due to my disabilities and no help or any income. I have no Christmas tree either, I have 2 boys ages 11 and 12 that would love to get Scooters for Christmas. Please help.
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