Members Area
Countdown to Christmas --
Visit My Merry Christmas on Facebook!   Visit My Merry Christmas on Twitter!   Get My Merry Christmas on RSS
Navigation » Merry Forums of My Merry Christmas > Christmas Today > Santa Claus & the North Pole » Moscow Reports a Merry Christmas

My Merry Christmas Announcement

Santa Claus & the North Pole Visit Santa Update.comSanta and his elves stop by here all the time. Watch here for breaking news from the North Pole, our annual Update from the North Pole and, of course, Santa tracking around the world on Christmas Eve. Feel free to ask Santa, Elf Ernest or Elf Ed Zachary any questions you might have about Santa or the North Pole. This section is brought to you by Santa


» Stats
Members: 10,079
Threads: 53,842
Posts: 618,783
Top Poster: xmas365 (162,835)
Welcome to our newest member, MistleToeSnow
Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 12-24-2005, 11:51 AM
ElfBot's Avatar
ElfBot ElfBot is offline
MMC Newshound
Join Date: Oct 2005
Posts: 15,274
Thanks: 0
Thanked 1,555 Times in 1,078 Posts
ElfBot has disabled reputation
Moscow Reports a Merry Christmas

The first reports are just starting to come in to the North Pole from Moscow. That means Santa is somewhere close by and that Elf Victor may be meeting with him at any time to change the team of reindeer.

Many kids are asking if Santa has always used multiple sets of reindeer. The answer to that is "yes". Many
assume that Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen and Rudolph are Santa's reindeer all the time on Christmas Eve. And that's not always true, although those special reindeer always launch with Santa on Christmas Eve and always bring Santa home. But Santa likes to give them breaks, especially after about 8 to 10 hours in flight, which is right about now.

You need to understand that Santa used THOUSANDS of reindeer on Christmas Eve. Not all of them fly with Santa's sleigh. Some are scouts who are in the skies and on the ground looking for information and checking things out for Santa in advance of his flight into an area. Others pull special sleighs filled with more goodies for Santa's sack. Getting around the world in a night is a big job and Santa needs alot of help. Reindeer, like elves, are everywhere working in the service of Santa. Look around
your neighborhood...if you see a reindeer...or what you think might be a reindeer...chances are he or she works for The Big Guy.

Stay tuned to these pages for more news on Santa and Operation Merry Christmas 2005.

-- Elf Ernest, Santa's VP of Public Relations in the North Pole Newsroom

Links you might want to visit while you wait for Santa:


Source: My Merry Christmas
My Merry Christmas Latest News
**Click here to see the current map tracking Santa** -- This information was brought to you courtesy of Elfbot, MMC's own surfer elf whose job it is to find Christmas on the Internet!
Reply With Quote


Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump

Listen to the Merry Podcast NOW

Christmas Fans -- Ranking the Best of Christmas

2012 Founder's Award