So Santa and I are tight. He's my bro. Mom has pajama bottoms covered in his face.
But I don't see the guy on Christmas, 'cause he's working. And 'cause I'm a Jewish kitteh.
That means Santa doesn't come down my chimney, which is good 'cause we don't have a chimney. It also means that we set fire to a big golden thingy called a menorah for 8 nights. And if I'm good maybe I'll get some of Grammie's chicken and latkes (potato pancakes).I'm still excited for Christmas, though, because it'll still be Chanukah then and Mom has off from work and we watch Christmas movies and maybe eat Chinese food.
And all my kitteh friends will get visits from Santa!
me with the stuffed spinny dreidel my Mom got me. I hope there's more prezents coming from Chanukah Harry!
We think getting presents from *anyone* is exciting. :-)
Thanks for telling us how you will celebrate Chanukah.
Chanukah Harry could be nothing less than "good" to you, maybe even "extra good"!
May Chanukah Harry bring you lots of treats. Latkes sound yummy, Mommy tried to make some once when she was homeschooling and they were studying Israel.
L'Shana Tova ~Socks
Thanks! Mom makes hers from a mix out of a box. They are super goldeny delicious. Don't forget the applesauce!
Santa! Harry! It doesn't matter ... as long as your beans remember that YOU need presents, too, huh? =)
What a super photo!
Marilynn & Grace
we didn't know that you are Jewish! So are we!
come on over to our house Wednesday for latkes!!!!!!
I actually adore Christmas...such a beautiful holiday
And...I always thought it was "Chanukah Charlie!!"
Hapy Chanukah, Wendell!
Happy Chanukah to you and your family. I just love to learn about your holiday. Thanks for letting us know.
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