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SANTA’S COMING: Where to track St. Nick

By Ann Tatko-Peterson
Monday, December 24th, 2007 at 11:02 am in Other.

trackerAs of  11 a.m., Santa was touching down in St. Petersburg, Russia. You’ve got to love the Internet age. No longer do we have to wait until the nightly news broadcast to see where Santa has visited. NORAD is the official Santa tracker, and every five minutes, they update their Web site to show kids (and those of us who are still kids at heart) where Santa has delivered his presents. If you just want more of an overview, with great little news bits, check out NBC’s Santa Tracker. It’s a great way to pass the hours until it’s time to set out the cookies and milk.

Happy holidays from all of us at aPARENTly Speaking.

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One Response to “SANTA’S COMING: Where to track St. Nick”

  1. John Says:

    Given the gremlin at the Kermlin’s posturing on issues Middle East I think Santa should think long and hard about who’s been naughty or nice before touching in that neck of the woods in 2008.

    Send in the elves to handle the kids and tell NORAD to tell Santa that he’s in their sites and no ones leaving out cookies until NORAD gives the green light!

    Merry Christmas to our troops, and to our adversaries a permanent night. I also want to say, Hi Mom. It’s me John! I’m on the Internet. Can you hear me?

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