Can you believe some people don’t think Santa Claus is real?
How silly! Of course, because Santa’Ville works so closely with jolly old Kris Kringle himself, we know firsthand that he most definitely is a real person. Yet, some folks have been told otherwise. Let’s fix that!
Without further ado, Santa’Ville presents…
Irrefutable evidence that Santa Clause is real
Who eats the cookies and drinks the milk?
If Santa isn’t real, then who gobbles down all those delicious chocolate chip cookies I leave out for him every year on Christmas eve? Somebody is eating them. It’s not me, my mom and dad, or my siblings. And it’s certainly not a mouse…because I set out a whole glass of milk too, and it’s always gone!
Santa leaves thank you notes
Want even more proof? On December 25th when I wake up and rush into the living room, there is always a note on the table. It is from Santa. I know he wrote it because he signed his name “from Santa Claus.” Not to mention, his handwriting is very distinctive. It’s all curvy and written in a nice way. Santa has a reputation for being polite, so without a doubt this was him.
Plus, his thank you note is addressed to me specifically because he knows my name.
The North Pole is a real place
Next, I know Santa exists because he lives at the North Pole – a real place! Everybody who is a real person needs a home. Santa’s house with Mrs. Claus is in the North Pole and in fact, they even have an official address. It’s 123 Elf Road, North Pole.
Some people say Santa isn’t real because he lives so far away, but that doesn’t make any sense. Millions of people live in different locations all over the world. Santa chose the cold tundra way up in the Arctic for good reasons. He needed a quiet place to work and make toys, where his elves could live happily in a village of their very own.
People have seen him (and the reindeers) in person
Lastly, lots of children have spotted Santa in person. I don’t know about you, but I sometimes spot him at the mall. Even though he is busy, Santa always makes time to visit with children and listen to them talk about whether they have been naughty or nice. I have had an actual conversation sitting on Santa’s lap…so I know he’s real! Occasionally, Santa will even travel with his reindeer. They are big, friendly, and love to eat carrots. Unlike wild reindeer, these ones are more like pets that help Santa deliver all those wonderful presents. They even wear tags with their names: Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen, and Rudolph (he’s usually too busy preparing for Christmas to visit, however).
If he wasn’t real, why would there be reindeer?
Oh, and one last piece of evidence! Santa’s uniform is extremely unique. Nobody else has a red coat, black boots, golden belt buckle, and pompom hat like he does.
After carefully weighing all this evidence, Santa’Ville has come to a clear conclusion: Santa Claus is 100% real. We are sure of it.