Tuesday, December 19, 2006

The daughter of one of the Lotusemaja volunteers checks Santa's beard.
One Estonian Christmas tradition is that before you can receive your gift from Santa, you have to sing a song or recite a poem. It is always very fun to hear what people do. Here Olga, who helps us in the kitchen, sings a song for Santa in Russian.
Sirje, who is our hardworking housekeeper and just about everything else around the corps--as well as a faithful soldier--and her sister Tiiu, another soldier who volunteers at the corps, sing for Santa.
Major Helen Tyrrell seemed somehow unimpressed with Santa.
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