Okay, I have no idea why I wanted a wagon. I never remember wanting a wagon. I always wanted a pony!! I think the other item I drew was a desk and chair? I can't tell from the scribbled on drawing. But a desk would make sense, seeing how much I love furniture now, I'm sure the obsession had to start when I was a child!
Judging by the slightly better penmanship, this one was probably written several years later.
Obviously I was trying to butter up the old man in red, telling him his reindeer are beautiful and that I love him very much. But I'll admit his reindeer are beautiful!
I have no idea who Scarlett is. I never had a pet named Scarlett and by then my imaginary friend had moved on. Ah, the lost mysteries of childhood.....
Do you have any of your childhood letters to Santa? Or have you kept any of your children's? I think it is a wonderful tradition. Don't let them send Santa an email or a text message~ help them write him a letter! It not only encourages handwriting in children, even if they can only draw the pictures, you can write their words. Hand written letters seem to be a long-lost art these days. Which reminds me, I need to get my Christmas cards out......
Santa Claus is coming to town!