Letter to Santa Example
I recently read your invitation for the scout elf but I don’t think that I’m up for the job. The effect of the letter was very pleasing but I can’t accept because of these reasons 1. I wouldn’t be able to stay still in the event of my owners staring or almost touching me. 2. I believe that I wouldn’t be able to make it to the North Pole and back in time, I think that I would be late a lot of times. And 3. I wouldn’t be able to last in a small box because I am kind of claustrophobic.
My first reason for not wanting to be a scout elf is because I’m very fidgety and I can’t stay still for long periods of time and if I do my body starts to cramp up and starts to hurt. If my body was hurting and my mission was to stay still I would fail.
My second reason is that if I had the privilege magic and I was able to fly, I wouldn’t be able to get the hang of it in time and I wouldn’t make it to the North Pole in time. I wouldn’t be able to do this because it takes me time to get the hang of abilities that are new to me. One example is when I very first started football and I was scared and not ready or shy to tackle or hit someone. So if I got magic it would take me a long time to get used to.
Now for my third and final reason for not wanting to be able to be a scout elf is because I couldn’t stay in a box for however long it will take to get to my owners. The reason for this is because I’m slightly claustrophobic. If I had to get delivered to someone who lives in Ushuaia or Puerto Williams which are some of the furthest places from the North Pole. I could not last if I had to I would probably be unconscious by the time I get there.
In the end, I don’t believe that I would be up for the job of scout elf for the reasons of 1. I wouldn’t be able to stay still in the event of getting looked at or almost touched, 2. I don’t believe that I would be able to make it to the North Pole and back in the event of getting magic. And 3. I wouldn’t be able to last in a small box for long periods of travel. I’m very sorry that I couldn’t be of assistance,