Good morning, good afternoon, or good evening depending on when you’re watching this video. I’m Rachael Goldsworthy, and I’m checking in with you on episode 39 of the Drive Home to Hawkesbury. Today I wanted to offer you an early Christmas present. Can you believe that we’re only a matter of weeks away from Christmas now? No sooner are we over the tricks of Halloween, and we’re heading straight into decorating our homes for Christmas. [00:00:30] Lucky we had the opportunity to recharge with that beautiful energy from the Super Moon recently.
Talking about Christmas, I was lucky enough to be speaking with Santa’s elves, and they have some super exciting news that they wanted me to share with you. The elves said that Santa would love to send your children, (clicks tongue) your grandchildren, your co-workers, all your loved ones a letter postmarked from the North Pole. Now, here’s the scoop, people. Santa’s told the elves that if you’re request [00:01:00] a letter by Santa’s deadline he’s promised to deliver the letters out to your loved ones before Christmas Day arrives.
Here’s what you need to do. (clicks tongue) Look at the link below this video. Click the link, input your information, and all you need to do then is just start watching your mailbox for Santa’s letter to arrive. And by the way, there might be something a little bit extra eh- we will send to your loved one if you post a video of your special person getting their letter from Santa on your Facebook page. Because that would make me [00:01:30] really happy.
And also, don’t forget to share it on our Facebook page, Rachael Goldsworthy Realty, so we know who to send the special gift to. So, time to get into the Christmas spirit, people, and let’s do something nice for something you love, and for me. (laughs) Send those happy moments you capture on video or in photograph, I don’t mind, either format’s okay, of your loved one opening their mail from Santa, as this will really make my day. Thanks for watching, and I know it’s a little [00:02:00] bit in advance, however, Merry Christmas