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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 ...
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 ...
If these were presents intended for me, then obviously they had not been ordered
by the Lord and delivered by Santa Claus ; no, they were gifts bought and
wrapped by my father. Which meant that my rotten little cousin Billy Bob and other
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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