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Re: Favorite Holiday Things <LYR4069-3200-1999.12.05-08.27.37--apeshet#pacbell.net>

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Susan Bennett (sbennett)
Sat, 18 Dec 1999 09:44:16 -0500


Merry Christmas Rosa, Are you doing any peace murals or anything yet. What
grade would you like to corespond with of mys students. I am the 1st-5th
grade techer from Ohio. I will start a Picasso unit with my third grades
soon. We will problable do sometype of peace something. Tryuing to come up
with something fresh. I love his peace posters. Susan in Ohio
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From: Rosa Juliusdottir <rojul>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet>
Date: Sunday, December 05, 1999 3:17 PM
Subject: Re: Favorite Holiday Things
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>I had written before about my favorite "Christmas" things but never saw it
>appear on artsednet, strangely, did anyone see it? But I certainly
>understand your feeling Carla, I am a Christian, that is this nations
>national religion is. I donīt really know what I am. But I do sometimes
>feel quite "outside" this list just being one of the few foreigners on it.
>But I still love this list. Here are some of my favorite things for this
>time of the year! Waiting for the thirteen icelandic santa clauses, really
>called cristmas lads (jolasveinar). They actually donīt bring gifts but
>come and play tricks on you, like snatching sausages hanging from the
>rafters(in the old days) or taking the candles kids got for Chrismas or
>licking the bowls yogurt was made in! But nowadays the icelandic children
>put their shoe in the window every night thirteen nights before christmas
>and get a little present from each of the christmas lads(they start coming
>to town thirteen days before cristmas). This is one of our favorite
>traditions this time of year. So is cookie making, making paperthin
>christmasbread with very fine cut out patterns, making our advent wreaths
>and of course listening to yuletide music and drinking hot glogg.
>Hope everyone is loving this time.
>Best regards from the far north,
>Rosa
>
>>My favorite "Christmas" things are:
>> dreydls
>> latkes
>> Chanukah songs
>> a menorah blazing with light
>> my joyous children
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>>I wasn't going to respond to this thread, and didn't for a long time, but
>>since it's continuing I would like to respectfully point out that not all
of
>>us on artsednet are Christian. I have no problem with people asking about
>>Christmas things, but I would really liked to have felt included, as a
Jew, on
>>this listserve. We're all so quick to be sensitve to things like not
>>desecrating Hopi dolls, and honoring the beliefs of other cultures. Well,
>>this is not a homogenous culture either. I'd appreciate the same
inclusion.
>> Thanks for letting me vent.
>> Carla
>>
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