Li: ritual, propriety, etiquette. Hsiao: love within the family (parents for children and children for parents. Yi: righteousness--the noblest way to act in a situation. Xin: honesty and trustworthiness. Jen: benevolence, humaneness towards others. Chung: loyalty to the state and authority. --Confucius (Kong Fuzi)

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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Postcards From Santa???

Want your little one’s to receive a letter or card from Santa? Just write them a letter from Santa, put it in a stamped envelope addressed to your little one and mail them in a larger envelope to:xmasKAL (6)

North Pole Holiday Cancelation
Postmaster
4141 Postmark Dr.
Anchorage, AK 99530-9998

The larger envelope will be opened, the sealed envelopes inside will be postmarked with a special ‘North Pole’ postmark and mailed back to your little one.

You can send postcards too.

The service is free (except for your stamps…remember to put the correct postage on the large envelope and all the envelopes inside) but be sure to mail your envelopes so that they will arrive in Alaska by Dec., 15. Be sure to use stamps and not pre-stamped envelopes or metered postage.

Happy Holidays
GlennDL

note: With the advent of making and designing your own postage stamp (USPS.com) many commercial online endeavors exist for a letter/postcard from Santa where, for an additional fee, you can pick from a template of cookie cutter designs for a slick production card or letter to be sent to your kids. The above offer is free (except for the postage), allows you to write your own message, and obtains a legitimate ‘postmark’. The difference is like that between an e-mail letter and a real letter in the mail. Something that can be shared and re-experienced when your child grows up… more of a genuine tradition to start in your family.

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