Preparing for Christmas in November
Besides the month of December, November is the second busiest month up at the North Pole. Once November rolls around, Santa and the elves know there is only 7 weeks until Christmas and there’s no time for any fooling around. Once the calendar strikes November 1st, Santa and his elves know that they have to work their hardest during the next few weeks to pull of another successful Christmas season for all the good little boys and girls around the world. Sometimes elves will work around the clock filling last minute toy orders with nothing to eat but Mrs. Claus’s Christmas cookies and delicious North Pole hot chocolate. But they never complain because they know their making children’s dreams come through all over the world. You better just keep those cookies coming Mrs. Claus!
Bushy Evergreen and the Magic Toy Making Machine
If you haven’t heard of Bushy Evergreen than you haven’t heard of the greatest toy maker in the history of the world. Bushy Evergreen is Santa’s head toy maker and in charge of the North Pole toy factory, North Pole Toy Co., which is the largest in the world. Bushy Evergreen learned the art of toy making at a young age and by the time he reached 168 years old, he had already carved over a million wooden trains, ducks, trucks, planes, and automobiles. His toy-making prowess quickly caught the eye of Santa and he instantly made him head of all toy making operations.
But Bushy wasn’t content at just being head toy maker. He wanted to create something that would help the elves to create toys faster, so that by the time it’s November, they would be nearly done for the year. That’s when Bushy surprised everyone and created the amazing Magnetic Kinetic Toy Hulla-Bulla magic toy making machine. Not only does this machine cut toy production down nearly in half, but doesn’t require each toy to be made individually by hand. You simply pop your toy into the magic toy making machine and out you go, another one exactly like it.
Alabaster Snowball and the Naughty and Nice List
Once the end of November comes along, Santa needs an updated copy of his naughty and nice list so he can start planning his trip around the world. This is where the famous elf Alabaster Snowball comes in. Alabaster Snowball is in charge of the final copy of the naughty and nice list and delivers it to Santa Claus every November 31st. While the naughty and nice list names can be updated until the very last moment on Christmas Eve, Alabaster spends all of November verifying each name on list to make sure which child has really been naughty and who has really been nice. Alabaster does this in a variety of ways including using animals, trees, clouds, even creepy bugs to finish his task. Make no mistake, if you’re being naughty, or you are being very nice, Alabaster knows about it and he never misses anything.