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Li Ho Yan Rachel

Saving Santa

There was a Christmas song playing on the radio when suddenly an alert came over the radio: “Emergency! Santa Claus is trapped in a chimney. Christmas will likely be cancelled!” As soon as I heard it, I knew I had to do something and do it fast. I quickly gathered my gear and headed out the door.

The winter night was cold and silent. I followed the sound of the jingling bells. And with each step, I felt determination and hope in me. Santa Claus needed help, and I was determined to be the one to save him.

As I arrived at the house with the trapped Santa, I could see the flickering lights of the fireplace. Smoke came out of the chimney, and Santa was stuck inside. Without wasting time, I took out my toolkit and began making my way up the chimney with a rope, trying to get him out.

Finally, after what felt like an eternity, I reached the spot where Santa was trapped. He looked worried, but his eyes filled with hope as he saw me. With steady hands, I worked to free him. Santa emerged from the chimney, covered in dust. He dusted himself off and we made our way back to his sleigh.

That night, as we delivered presents to children around the world, I realized the true magic of Christmas was not just in gifts, but also in acts of kindness. As I returned home, my heart was filled with warmth.

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Miss Tang

Good ideas with good vocabulary used!

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