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TYLER (KYTX) - Santa Claus has made his list. He's checked it twice to see whether you've been naughty or nice.

 Dear Santa,

Thank you for the wonderful visit last year.  This year, I was pretty good.  I can't say that I was great.

Love, Madison

 

Dear Santa,

I have been a good gerl.  I will see if my mom is good.

Love, Arrington


Roy Maynard with the Tyler Morning Telegraph has been reading your letters.


"We'll be forwarding these to the big man himself.  So, he will receive them in time," said Maynard.

Times have changed since I was a kid. These days, kids are all about technology.

Dear Santa,

For Christmas this year I want a IPhone,Ipod and a toy ATM.

Love, Kynzie


Dear Santa,

Thank you for last year's presents.  I'm happy that you and my parents gave me an Xbox 360.  That was a good present!  So, can you give me game?  It is called Call of Duty: Ghost.  I will leave cookies.

From, Eric.

Some kids were very specific on what they wanted from Santa.

Dear Santa,

For Cristmas I would like a curling iron, a Vera Bradley purse and Ugg boots.

--Mackenzie

Dear Santa,

I would like a machine that produces food and drinks.

Sincerely, Beckham

While others had a few questions for the guy in the big, red suit.

Dear Santa,

I know you LOVE cookies, but why?  Is it because the chocolate chips are so gooy?

From, Buddy


Dear Santa,  

I would really like to ride a reindeer.  Do you think you could make that happen?  

Yours Truly, Grace
 
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