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Dec 24, 2010

Happy merry X'mas!




We are not Christians and most of Japanese see X'mas as an opportunity to buy, give presents to someone, or to hold parties, to drink and eat so much, not as a religious event.
My kids also think X'mas as some the day when Santa claus would come to my home with their presents. (my son has already known " who Santa claus is " but my daughter is so adorable that Santa claus really exist.)

Hoping they can deserve great X'mas presents, my kids decorated a X'mas tree with ornaments.
While decorating I asked my daughter what Xmas present she hope and she said " It's a secret. I will meet Santa claus tonight and ask him for my present! "
"Her Santa claus" has already known what she wants and bought it!


-- from iPad

4 comments:

milka said...

Here too, my family are not christian but we celebrate christmas. To me i celebrate maybe because i like christmas tree so much that i must decorate one at home *warai*. Merry Christmas to you and your family. Enjoy a great one :)

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Happy holidays. Are you dressing up as santa to give your daughter present?;-)

takaeko said...

>milka
It's interesting to know how non-Christians in other countries spend Xmas season. Maybe Xmas means one of opportunities to let our stress out with eating, drinking, buying, laughing.

>Malay
Unfortunately I don't have any Santa's costume! I left their presents (Pokemon's trading cards) beside their pillows while they slept.

Robin said...

Happy Holidays to you and yours