Tag Archives: Christmas

Christmas With The Dead

In Finland the heart of Christmas traditions involve remembering the dead. For hundreds of years Finns held fast to the belief that the dead returned to be with their families at sundown on Christmas Eve. It used to be that … Continue reading

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Christmas, Human Sacrifice and Chocolate

What would Christmas be without chocolate? I, for one, like to begin my Christmas morning seeking out my favorite chocolates from the numerous See’s Candy boxes lying around my parents’ house, for breakfast. Don’t tell my parents. The word chocolate originates from … Continue reading

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