I was born in Soviet Union. Christmas was banned, with all other religious holidays, by the Communist Party. To compensate for the absence of Christmas, New Year's was celebrated as much as Christmas was, but without the religious aspect of the holiday. Even after the fall of the Soviet Union, New Year's is celebrated in Russia and has become a Russian tradition with decorating fir-tree, presents from Grandfather Frost and his granddaughter Snowmaden, the president's speech on TV, rich dinner with family and friends and fireworks outside. We have our orthodox Christmas on 7.January and it's spiritual holiday, which not as noisy as the New Year's Eve. My new Christmas collection remembered me about my childhood. It was really great time, which I spent in snowy Russia. Now I don't like the snow at all, but when I was a child, I liked it very much. We always waited for the winter just because the New Year's Eve. Very sweet times, which are always in my memory.
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X.O., your Olesya