13 Things You Really Hope Santa Brings Nevada For Christmas
Christmas is the most magical and family-orientated time of year. One of the most exciting activities is opening up presents while gathered around the family Christmas tree. Oh, and we mustn’t forget the excitement of seeing what Santa brought us.
It would be WONDERFUL if Santa could bring these 13 things to Nevada for Christmas:
...and LOTS of it!
2. A forever home for every shelter animal.
All animals deserve unconditional love!
3. Jobs for ALL of Nevada's unemployed.
Wouldn't this be WONDERFUL?
4. Big Boy
If you've never eaten at a Big Boy, you don't know what you're missing. They have some of the BEST burgers, and it's about time a Big Boy came to Nevada.
5. A free college education for everyone.
I believe Santa would have to pull a miracle out of his magic sack to make this happen.
6. More rain.
The recent drought has really affected southern Nevada, so the Silver State could definitely use some extra rain.
7. Unforgettable family moments.
Christmas is an important time for families to bond and make memories.
8. Less spiders.
Nevada is home to some of the most dangerous spiders. Santa, we would really appreciate it if you could gather all of these up and take them back to the North Pole with you.
Every state NEEDS a Chick-fil-A!!!
10. More gas stations.
There are miles...and miles...and MILES of empty roads throughout Nevada without a gas station in sight. Drivers would really appreciate having access to more gas stations during their long drives.
11. Shelter for Nevada's homeless.
Because everyone deserves to be off the streets and in a safe place.
12. Free healthcare for everyone...without raising costs in other areas.
Nope! Don't see this happening anytime soon, but we can still hope for it.
13. More respect for our BRAVE soldiers.
They fight for our freedom and nobody deserves our respect more than these brave men and women.
Are there any other things Santa should bring Nevada for Christmas? If so, share them with us in the comments below!
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