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Date:10/21/2014 9:12:38 AM
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Hi Chyna!
That Christmas fair sounds like a real blast. My parronts love that sort of thing too. Here a lot of people have Christmas trees in their houses even though they are very poor. Even the worst looking house will have a string of lights at the front door, sometimes they are pink lights but they are Christmas lights anyway. Here they celebrate on Christmas Eve - all the family gets together for a huge feast. Since the people in the village mostly eat fish, for Christmas Eve they hope to have a turkey if they can afford it. Many of them grow live turkeys in their backyards to sell and eat for Christmas. At midnite, the people call family on the phone if they aren't there with them. Christmas day I think they mostly sleep and eat again and invite friends over for food. My parronts go to their friend Magali's in the city every Christmas Eve and stuff themselves. We get treats when they come home too. They said there are fireworks at midnite too.

That is great that Jess got a great job with benefits. It's hard to find anything with benefits anymore. And you don't need to send us any snow. We are just happy in 80F weather out on our porch! All the decorations are up and mom's students will be caroling and having a party here next Friday. Do you bother the decorations or trees? We all avoid them, ignore them, whatever but certainly don't get need them!

Tomorrow my parronts are going to a fundraiser at a hacienda for jaguar conservation. They are getting close to extinction and these people are trying to save them. They live on our peninsula but thank goodness not at the beach where we are or we could be dinner (or at least appetizers)! They are very shy and it's not usual to see them anyplace.

Have a fun Friday, BFF!
Hugs, Squeaky
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