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never had this celebration. :)
Karen that is such a lovely tradition. It's exciting to find the shoes filled with goodies. In Switzerland the 6Th December is the night when St. Nicholas visits the children with a bag of sweets, but also to reprimand them to be good and diligent. Here in australia this tradition is not known. The children hang up a stocking on the 24Th to be filled with presents by Father Christmas, they leave some food for him to give him sustenance for his travel from the North Pole!
I'd forgotten all about it.Great pics, Karen.~
Thank you dear K.We leave our footwear outside always, but no one puts candy in them! Lol♥ Aloha
I remember when my husband left his sandals outside of a Krishna temple... well, someone made off w/them...hmmm...
Amazing you do this. Dutch people always think Holland is the only place celebrating St. Nicholas (or as we say Sinterklaas). Don't forget to put a carrot in your shoe for his horse...
If my shoes had of been left outside, they would be full of snow! So, I'll just go without any presents this year, thank you very much.
Love all the different traditions around the world!
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