1. As you can see, Sam loved giving her annual wish list to Santa. Yet some children are reluctant to climb into Jolly Old St. Nick's lap. Did you enjoy the tradition or were you shy? Or did you by pass it altogether -- either because you wrote him a letter or because your family didn't celebrate Christmas?
Well, as written often before, we don't celebrate Christmas with gifts.
We celebrate Sinterklaas, where the tradition of Santa Claus springs from.
When I was small I was a bit shy, like almost every small child used to be.
When I grew a bit older, I wasn't afraid of Sinterklaas. I was a kind and caring kid, no chance to be naughty, and I admired Sinterklaas for giving away everything he had.
2. Are you currently on the Naughty or Nice list? How did you get there?
For most people I'm on the nice list.
Some misplaced me on the naughtly list, because they think they know me and my family. They're very mistaken. But Santa will find out. He knows.
3. Did you ship any gifts to friends and family this year? If so, which one traveled the farthest?
4. Did you buy yourself a gift this year?
No, others first.
5. What's your favorite holiday-themed movie?
As long as it's jolly and binds the family together. I love watching a christmasmovie with the whole family.
6. Thinking of movies, Christmas is lucrative for Hollywood. Have you ever gone to a movie theater on Christmas Day?
7. Have you ever suffered an embarrassing moment at the company Christmas party?
We don't have those parties.
8. What's your favorite beverage in cold weather?
9. What will you remember most about 2012?
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