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I’m A Christian But I Don’t Like Christmas

I don’t look forward to it at all

a grinch stuffed doll with a mug of coffee in it’s lap
Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash

My wife loves Christmas.

Every year as Halloween falls away and Remembrance Day goes in the rearview, she looks forward to Christmas gushingly. Any spare money goes to ensuring that it’s an event. Decorations, food, and gifts are the focus. My Christmas bonus that I might want to put into savings, or to pay…

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Vuyo Ngcakani

Vuyo Ngcakani

writer, husband for 26 years, father of 3, grandfather of 2

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