I’ve been meaning to ask you – especially those of you in the Southern Hemisphere – about Christmas. It appears to me that in the North, when Christmas comes and it is cold, it is the darkest time of year. Peeps put up many lights and I think it helps them through a seasonal disorder. He does that-here’s the pool area by day
I asked Him what Christmas is like in the Southern Hemisphere where it is hot and the lightest time of year (because He knows everything important, like where the treat jar is hidden and how to open the door to the freezer for green beans). He didn’t know-He spent a Christmas in Panama near the equator where every day starts at six and ends 12 hours later (give or take a few minutes) and there are only two seasons-rainy and dry. He said that it didn’t feel like Christmas to him because of the environment which was hot and humid. I guess it has to do with where you grew up. I’d like to know so ask your peeps. If They grew up in the North, have They adjusted to the South (or vice versa)? If They always lived in the South, what do They think of pictures of snow when They’re sweating bullets. Since He didn’t know, I’ll use the collective expertise of Blogville.