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The provision of Christmas miracles, not only for Santa Claus.
Sometimes, all it takes is a mail carrier with a heart of gold…. And that’s exactly what happened when a woman in Pennsylvania saw a particularly heart-breaking letter to santa Claus.
“Dear Santa,” read the letter, “last year you didn’t notice me, so I’m hoping this is the year you will see me, and this year I am going to be good.”
(Photo courtesy of Melissa Stinsman)
Melissa Stinsman, an employee of the Hazleton post office, to help answer letters to santa Claus-Yahoo Lifestyle reports. During the holiday season, she volunteers to spend about four hours a night, to ‘help’ Pcs. Nick’s response to the mountain of the letters which he will receive during the holiday season.
“I usually tell the children to keep up their grades, and to listen to their parents,” Stinsman, told Yahoo Lifestyle. “They asked for a science kit, so I told him that one day he could become a scientist.”
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A child’s message to santa Claus, however, was speaking to her. The inside of the envelope, which is composed of three letters, she found a note that read, “Dear Santa, last year you didn’t notice me, so I’m hoping this is the year you will see me, and this year I am going to be good.”
Also included is a list of typical items, such as Lego and children’s toys, but it also ended with a two unusual requests: food, family, and clothing for his family. The envelope also contained a list of the boy’s 5-year-old brother.
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“I usually tell the children to keep up their grades, and to listen to their parents,” Melissa Stinsman, told Yahoo Lifestyle.
(DesRae Health, with a special thanks to Melissa Stinsman)
While the letter does not have a return address, and the guy included his full name. After asking her coworkers, she’s on a different carrier, for which the name is recognized and they are able to locate the boy’s home.
Stinsman is in contact with the family, and he started a money pool to the local post office. “We have spent about $500,” she told Yahoo Lifestyle, “and ran out of food at the post-office.”
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The packages were delivered to the family’s house on christmas Eve. For the removal of the items, Stinsman, and said: “I hope that the children will be distracted, and when I come in. I would like to believe that they came from santa Claus.”