A small american boy's letter to santa contained a wish, one does not see every day.
The american boy Blake, a seven-year staying namely with his mother at a home for battered women, SafeHaven of Tarrant County in the state of Texas.
It writes CBS News.
'Dear santa claus. We had to leave our home. My father was angry. We were forced to do all the chores. Father got everything he wanted,' wrote Blake in the introduction of the letter, as the SafeHaven of Tarrant County has subsequently shared on Facebook.
'Mother said it was time to go, and that she would take us to a safe place, where we didn't have to be afraid,' he adds.
Together with her mother arrived Blake to krisecenteret shortly before thanksgiving in late november.
Since then they have been living there, tells bostedets director, Micah Thompson, to CBS News. For some weeks ago, the mother the son's letter to santa claus in his backpack and revealed what he was hoping to get.
'I'm still nervous. I have no desire to speak with the other children. Comes you this christmas? We don't have many of our things here,' wrote Blake, and added:
'you Can take some books, a dictionary, a compass and a watch with? I want me a really, really, really, really good father. You can do it also? Lovingly, Blake.'
On the krisecenterets Facebook page has since flowed in with compassion and with the wish to donate gifts to Blake and to the other children on the krisecenteret.
In a message informs SafeHaven of Tarrant County, to both Blake and his mother is in safety, and that he will get his wishes fulfilled thanks to gavedonationer, through their initiative called 'Santa's Sack'.Date Of Update: 21 December 2019, 15:00