Another holiday tradition at the Peninsula Clarion is the publication of Christmas greetings from Kenai Peninsula children, included in today’s paper.
The kids’ letters, drawings, poems, stories and Christmas wish lists are bound to bring a smile and a realization that kids do know the reason for the season, such as this letter from fifth-grader Cody Cockroft:
If I could wish for anything for Christmas I would wish for $100,000 so I could buy other people presents. I would buy my grandma and grandpa a $300 certificate each to Fred Meyers.
I would get my mom and dad a trip to Alyeska. I would also get my dad a Nintendo Wii because he likes games and I would get my mom $1,000 because I don't know what she wants.
I would get my cousin the ps3 and Wii. I would get my friends trips to anywhere they want to go. I would get Tyler a new graphics card for his computer or maybe get him a better computer. I would let my sister tell me what she wants and I would get it. That is what I would wish for if I had one wish.
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