ELENA,10-th D

Christmas tree of the United States Capitol sh...

Christmas tree of the United States Capitol shortly after lighting ceremony. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Winter Morning

Winter Morning (Photo credit: blmiers2)

Winter morning

Winter morning (Photo credit: blmiers2)

Santa's Reindeer Roundup

Santa’s Reindeer Roundup (Photo credit: Loren Javier)

Magic Wish Creepy Santa...

Magic Wish Creepy Santa… (Photo credit: HA! Designs – Artbyheather)

A wonderful christmas card we received. Certai...

A wonderful christmas card we received. Certainly good enough to photograph, so here it is. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I'm going to draw one Santa Claus each day unt...

I’m going to draw one Santa Claus each day until Christmas. Yes, I am…I tell you. This is Dec. 7th and first Santa (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Thomas Nast's most famous drawing, &q...

English: Thomas Nast’s most famous drawing, “Merry Old Santa Claus”, from the January 1, 1881 edition of Harper’s Weekly. Thomas Nast immortalized Santa Claus’ current look with an initial illustration in an 1863 issue of Harper’s Weekly, as part of a large illustration titled “A Christmas Furlough” in which Nast set aside his regular news and political coverage to do a Santa Claus drawing. The popularity of that image prompted him to create another illustration in 1881. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

christmas 2007

christmas 2007 (Photo credit: paparutzi)

Santa Claus

Santa Claus (Photo credit: Christopher S. Penn)

Korean socks, beoseon.

Korean socks, beoseon. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (Photo credit: MrDoS)


By Elena,10-th D

Christmas was two weeks ago. Everything was flawless and was in it’s place. And now let  me  tell you what happened to me!

We were looking forward to Santa’s coming but I  fell asleep and I had a dream or a nightmare, I don’t know what it was. And in my dream I was dressed up, all in red and I was arranging my living room.  On the fireplace there were placed socks, colored socks , and  I didn’t expect to hear someone talking. Who was it?

Behind me there was nobody .Nobody in front of me either. Under the  bed I heard noises .I went and looked. There were small socks that complained they had been forgotten: Left alone, lost. They wanted  to spend Christmas with their parents.

What could I do?

I talked a lot with them. Finally I realized that their parents  were in my room , in my drawer.

It was a happy ending.