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flowing beard, his red suit, his jangling present-filled sled, and I believed her, just
as I believed that everything was God's will, or the Lord's, as Sook always called
Him. If I stubbed my toe, or fell off a horse, or caught a good-sized fish at the ...
But, as Sook said : "It's the Lord's will. And who knows, Buddy, maybe you'll see
snow." Snow! Until I could read myself, Sook read me many stories, and it
seemed a lot of snow was in almost all of them. Drifting, dazzling fairytale flakes.
does is the Lord's will and whatever is the Lord's will is the truth." And Billy Bob,
spitting on the ground, walked away: "Well, looks like we've got another preacher
on our hands." I always swore I'd never go to sleep on Christmas Eve, I wanted ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - shsunon - LibraryThing
Truman Capote spends a sad and unusual Christmas with his father whom he rarely sees. This novel contains autobiographical elements ---Bring tissue for tears. Read full review
ONE CHRISTMASUser Review - Kirkus
With just 21 pages of large-print text, this autobiographical snippet (which originally appeared in Ladles' Home Journal) is even briefer than A Christmas Memory or The Thanksgiving Visitor; more ... Read full review