Rebecca Sicree on Preparing for Christmas in a Shipwrecked Culture
"We should do this every day," my daughter Genny informed me. It was the morning of December 6th, the feast of St. Nicholas. The night before, my children had filled their shoes with carrots and apples for St. Nicholas's horse and lined them up outside our front door. This morning they had found them filled with chocolate coins wrapped in gold foil, along with a letter from St. Nicholas.
"Now, Genny," I chided her, "wouldn't you get tired of chocolate coi . . .
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