Showing posts with label Christmas. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Christmas. Show all posts

Monday, December 22, 2014

And now for the Worst. Secret Santa. Ever


Please click on image to expand. This Christmas gift is sure to put a smile on your face, it might not be much but sure is heartfelt and pure. Good on you Secret Santa -- you make people smile. [Image source] and as a finishing touch, here's a Gif to go with it.


Saturday, December 24, 2011

Santa Tracker 2011: Now on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and the iPhone



Santa Tracker has been a NORAD tradition since 1955. The tradition started in 1995, the year when a  Colorado Springs newspaper ad invited kids to call Santa on a hotline, only problem was that the number had a mistake, and many kids ended up talking to the Continental Aerospace Defense Command, NORAD's predecessor. It is now a deep rooted tradition in NORAD - a joint US and Canada command center that monitors the northern skies and seas. 


So if you want to track Santa you can still call in or make use of social media and track him on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, iPhoneAndroid Phones, Google Maps for Mobile or the web. NORAD has offered a lot of support and kids can call in or follow their favorite updates from Santa. The good folks over at NORAD say that a lot of funny requests come in and also a lot of heart-wrenching ones. Like 'heal my brother of Cancer'. Seems kids really want and expect help from Santa and are appealing to higher powers.  



An original post by

Sociolatte



[Christmas Video] Little girl tells Santa she wants daddy home for Iraq... Santa is Daddy


This has got to be one of the cutest Christmas videos on the internet right now. A little girl sends has wish to Santa and ask for a Daddy to be home from Iraq. Santa comes to school and gives all the little children the presents they had asked for except her. She wanted her daddy, this part of the video has made many grown people cry, including the news anchor so be warned. This is Steve Hartman's "On the Road," series. A warm and touching video. Bringing dad home for Christmas. 




An original post by

Sociolatte