Postman Jack is happy to be delivering and sorting the mail. He just found $100 dollars in that envelope that he is going to use to buy his wife and Donna a present. Donna will get a puppy and his wife will get some kind of a tool and perfume. He lives in Omaha and enjoys listening to the bells and crunching of the snow. There are Christmas Carolers and Santa's bells in the background. There are Christmas toys all around-dolls, trains, dogs, jack-in-the-box, homemade gifts like doilies, dishrags, candy. The Police dogs are barking and everyone is wishing each other "Merry Christmas", The squirrels are chattering in the trees and trying to dig up their nuts. The Salvation Army will be getting some of these letters. The wreath belongs to Colleen's sister who had eight kids. The kids were so excited to get the mail. They yelled and screamed and jumped up and down. Their mom told them they had to wait to open the letters. "Please, please Mom. Let us open them now!" The Mom gave in because it is Christmas time and the kids have been behaving well. They had to save their presents for Christmas. After they opened the letters, the kids put on their coats and went outside to sled. Little did Jack know that they were making snowballs too! Next thing he knew, he got a neck full of snow. For the first time, the smile came off his face. He kept walking but then the German Shepard, Rin Tin Tin attacked his leg. He said, "It is time to go home!" Luckily, he had snacks in his bag and gave one to the dog and calmed him down. He delivered the rest of his mail and went home. He ate cookies, wrapped presents, had a high ball and a big Turkey dinner then tore open the presents. He received new shoes, $5, a tie, a nice heavy coat, and they delivered his mail the next day so he got the day off. They always complain they never get what they wanted..