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When a young girl tries to write a letter to Santa, she confesses to the mailman that she can’t think of what to ask for after her Grandma passed away and her mother has been really sad. Without family to spend the holiday with, the mailman decides that for the next twelve days, he will deliver surprise gifts to the mom to remind her of the Twelve Days of Christmas.
n the made-for-TV film Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas—in light of the well known Hallmark program Signed, Sealed, Delivered—four postal sleuths who run an anecdotal dead letter office have been amazingly occupied. Notwithstanding their typical activity of getting almost difficult to-convey letters to their appropriate beneficiaries, they’ve dealt with 20,000 letters routed to Santa. They prevailing with regards to completing everything in the, uh, St. Scratch of time.
All things considered, they nearly succeeded, that is. For reasons unknown, they have one more letter to handle before Christmas Eve—a young lady’s very late post box drop—this one routed to God.
There are a few reasons you might need to think about this motion picture for part of your Christmas. To start with, it’s extremely Touched by an Angel-esque. That is on the grounds that it was composed and delivered by Martha Williamson, the lady who conveyed that dearest show to TV 20 years prior. Second, the genuine significance of Christmas is fundamental to the story here. Concerning content issues, there’s very little aside from one minor closet decision.