Monday, December 25, 2017

Christmas elegy

Another beautiful Christmas morning here in Minnesota. There's snow on the ground and pretty white smoke curling out of the chimneys of all the wee homes on my street. It is -2 degrees out and once again there are no presents under the tree for me this year. This may have something to do with how we have no tree, and how we have no presents. And we're Jews. And there's no such thing as Santa.

My apologies to all my little five year old Jewish readers; I'm sorry you had to find out this way. I'm still finding out. 

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