Aunty Joe’s Christmas Newsroom

A lump of coal from Santa

    As I was sitting in my chair,a gentleman came up to me. I  looked up  at him and said,”have a seat next to me.”  He asked if he […]

 As Mrs. Claus and I were  walking towards my chair at an event, a young man tried to stop me. He looked like he had a very serious question for me. He was […]

A Blizzard Over the North Pole.

With the letters coming in from all over the world, one of Auntie Joe’s daily duties was to pick up the mail with her team of Alaskan Malamutes. This is […]

Mom and I had to go see Santa. As we were waiting in line to see him, I knew he would not be happy with me. As the line moved […]

The Cookie Cabinet

  I was working in my workshop carving a doll for Mrs. Claus when  Auntie Joe entered into my workshop and a  nice sweet  smell followed her in. It was […]

I can still smell the smell of fresh baking of bread, cookies, pies, and cakes coming from mom’s kitchen and the best part was my brother and I  watching my […]

Mom and dad would wake us up early on a Saturday morning in December. Mom would pack a lunch with lots of hot chocolate, coffee and milk  my brother and  I […]

  Eight-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon wrote a letter to the editor of New York’s Sun, and the quick response was printed as an unsigned editorial Sept. 21, 1897. The work of […]