1. He gives his neighbours a hand by leaving gifts for all.

2. He says thanks for all the cookies he is given.

3. He visits everyone regardless of economic background.

4. He wears his red suit with pride.

5. When he shouts “Ho Ho Ho” in the small hours folk understand and smile.

6. He might only have a seasonal job but he gets by the rest of the year.

7. He meets folks from all different kinds of backgrounds and treats them all the same.

8. He saves up all year so he can pay for all his gifts in advance. There was that time a few years ago when Farepack left him and many others high and dry he has learned his lesson.

9. He might not have a car but his system of transport is very eco-friendly.

10. He wishes everyone a happy Hannuhkah, Id, Holi  Christmas, or festive cheer He is grateful to be surrounded by such a diverse group of neighbours.


About sandrassp

I am the mum to two sons who both live with autism. I am an ambassador for NAS Scotland and co-spokesperson of the Scottish Socialist Party. I am passionate about my politics both upper and Lower key, the arts in general and like to comment on everything that shapes my landscape. I am a mature student and have begun to dabble my toes into writing. I blog about family life and my day to day experiences. My philosophy is Up and At them and Always with a smile on my face.
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