Chances are that Spanish children would have both The Magi and Santa! Think about it, two bountiful bearers of gifts instead of just one, from the East and from the West, and the Royals coming right on the jovial heels of Ho Ho Ho!
Thirty-two years ago, this lovely article was published in Guidepost. Age hasn't dimmed its vividness. And Spain at Christmas, as the writer described it, still is very much the same despite Santa Claus, the Christmas trees and the Christmas lights which, on the other hand, are welcome imports. FELIZ NAVIDAD everyone!
Christmas Fireplace • Rod Stewart, Pavarotti, Judy Garland and Bob Hope Christmas Shows • Christmas in Rockefeller Center, Boston and Vienna • Nutcracker Ballet . . .
“He spoke not a word, just filled all the stockings. But I heard him exclaim, ere he drove out of sight, ‘Happy Christmas to all'”
Some towns in the States celebrate Christmas all year ’round, selling ornaments and decorations any time. Some people never take their Christmas lights, they are so enamored of Christmastime.
How to’s: Ferrero Rocher Copycat Recipe, Cream Strawberry Santas, Mini Christmas Trees, Chocolate Walnut Fudge, Glitter Nails, Paper Star, Lemon Candles