Kaleidoscope: Gary’s Christmas


Gary’s Christmas

“It was Christmas Eve and all the children were in their beds.Christmas Snowman
Santa wasn’t in bed, he was looking through all the long
lists that had been sent to him.
One of the lists was from the Wilson family and there was
Joanne and Gary and Lee and Gary and Jayce and the last one was Samuel.
“Oh they have been very good so I will give them lots of presents” said Santa and so he did.
On Christmas Day they opened their presents and Gary got a palaeontology suit.  Gary put his suit on and the very next month he went to Sky where he found lots of dinosaur bones which made him happy.”

By Gary Wilson aged 7 (first published in the Sentinel, December 1997)

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