Oh, my dear 1 Noah. It’s with a heavy heart I have to write you this letter. You know what happened the other day in our Nice and Naughty Child Observation Room?
Lights started flashing. Alarms went off. (Three of my elves ran around the room holding their ears until I could find the mute button to turn off the sirens.)
And there, on the screen, was your face. And the word, “Naughty!”
Oh, my dear 1 Noah, how I do not want to put you on that Naughty List. But when I realize that you had 2 thrown your pencil bag at the teacher, well, that’s pretty naughty territory, my friend.
But, I know that deep down, you’re a good kid, and I have faith in you to make this right. I want to keep you on the Nice List, and the way to make sure I can still visit you on Christmas Eve is to 3 write a letter of apology to your teacher, and promise to not lose your temper in class anymore.
This may seem hard to do, but I have confidence you’ll do the right thing. Come on, 1 Noah. Let’s keep you on the Nice List!
Remember, I believe in you.
Old fashioned believable quality
Add a certificate of nice
For exceptional acts of kindness and gernerosity throughout the year.
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