Could it be? Did the real Santa just walk into Tim Hortons? The little boy couldn’t believe it. His eyes opened wide, and his jaw dropped. The boy did manage to blurt out, “Oh my gosh, it’s Santa.”
Maybe he got that attention a lot because he immediately asked the boy, “Have you written me a letter yet?”
The boy replied, “I’m going to do it tonight, Santa.?”
At that point, Santa handed a pen of his to the little boy who is about 4 years old. He told him to write his special letter with this special pen. This really is a conversation between the child and the Santa lookalike that occurred in Fergus, Canada. “Remember to be good for me. Remember, I’m always watching.”
Customer Mark Hurson couldn’t believe his eyes. “My faith in humanity has been restored,” he posted on Facebook on Nov. 16. “Everyone in the restaurant was a bit teary eyed — including me!”
Everyone, meet Norman Walters. He’s Santa Claus for the last 25 years. He’s got a pocket full of Santa pens that he gives to the children. He’s already given away lots of pens in 2015, Hurson told CBS news. It’s a small town and people knew him.
Before leaving the restaurant, Santa assured the boy he’d return.
“I’m going back up to the elves and take care of the toys,” Hurson heard the man say.
Reported by CBSNews