We have not talked since last year. Wow! How were your Christmas holidays? Did you find many presents under your Christmas tree? I did.
2018 is here, not sure I am ready to it. A new year means a new start to many of us. We hope that new year will be better than the old one. We make new resolutions and set new goals. Right? I have mine as well. I keep bugging you about my book that had to be published last year and volla…it was not. Actually, the largest obstacle was the editing process. You have no idea how difficult it is to find a good editor. Fortunately, I came across kind people who directed me in the right way. The editing process has been launched. And now I try to sell my photos to gather money to pay my editor. I know that sounds weird, but on the way to my dream I might be a bit reckless…
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Did you set your goals for 2018? I’d love to hear them, if possible!
Did you find anything today under your pillow or in your shoes, or somewhere else? So, you were good all last year! Well-done!
In every country there is their own Santa or Nicholas who comes to children, while they are sleeping, and leave some presents for them.
Hope many of you know that his name is of Greek origin and means “victor of people”. It suits him, right? Perfectly.
Some of you might still doubt whether he existed. Nicholas was born in Patara in A.D. 270 and served as Bishop of Myra, both seaport towns off Turkey’s southern coast where he lived all his life (and died in 345).
St. Nicholas’s anonymous gift-giving originated in his hometown of Patara in Turkey. According to ancient tradition, the young Nicholas secretly threw three bags of gold coins through the window of a widower father and his three daughters on three consecutive nights to help them. His anonymous nocturnal gift-giving has continued in many countries to today, including being translated into Santa’s visits.
My dear little Friends, your dreams and wishes might come true today because you found something what you wanted under your pillow:
However, some of you might not find anything today and can be really disappointed. That happens in life often, you dream, but dreams not always come true as in movies or books. Life is full of surprises and not all of them are pleasant ones. We have to be ready for it and still not loose our hopes and beliefs for the better!
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Love you all,
P.S. As my present for the upcoming holiday I am publishing a wonderful film to enjoy at this weekend, stay in tune!
Dear Friends, let me greet you with this wonderful day and hope you can find many sweet surprises in your shoes or under pillows! I celebrate this day a bit later, since I am an Eastern Orthodox, but most of you celebrate this day today! It is a really very warm holiday before Christmas and may St. Nicholas gifts you and your family lots of happiness and joy …Wishing that your St. Nicholas Day be filled with kindness, generosity and love!