I am 8 years old. Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus.
New Year is something that we all look forward to. It marks the beginning of a year and the end to another year.
Everybody looks forward to begin a new year with great fun and enjoyment and wish that the year ahead brings them in, all goods.
I too celebrate this great day with all the blast that I can. Two days before the New Year, we start our preparations. We clean our house, get things in order, buy crackers and get them ready and we look forward to the great day.
From morning, we kids would be busy packing up gifts and planning pranks that could be played when the clock strikes So much of fun is involved that we totally forget the passing time. Some years, friends and relatives stop by and we all join together to make it even more great.
By evening, everybody is in full spirits and would be out. We sometimes go for partying and enjoy a great deal over there. As time passes by everybody starts getting excited.
When it is almost past Each place would have a difference in their timings and accordingly the New Year would dawn. When it reaches almost midnight, the entire family would be out, bursting crackers, wishing each other and enjoying and welcoming the New Year.
Churches would conduct midnight masses and most of the people would be attending masses to welcome a blessed and happy new year. Once the year is welcome, the fun does not stop. In most of the countries New Year is marked as a holiday.
People enjoy the entire day, taking rest and welcoming the year with all high spirits and enjoyment. Get together with friends and family makes it a lot more exciting and fun.
Everybody hopes and wishes that the year ahead would give them peace, harmony, happiness and wealth, not only for them but to mankind across the globe.“Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus” Eight-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon wrote a letter to the editor of New York’s Sun, and the quick response was printed as an unsigned editorial Sept.
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