Little Oaks’ Oracle

2015-11-25 06:23
Muhammed Koyla, Lathitha Mbatha and Emma Reibeling with Father Christmas.

Muhammed Koyla, Lathitha Mbatha and Emma Reibeling with Father Christmas.

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HO, ho, ho, Father Christmas arrived early this year, in his annual visit to our Little Oaks Kindergarten last week. As always, Uncle Rainer Kassier picked us up at the Kindergarten with his tractor and trailer and we went on a search for Father Christmas, singing lots of Christmas carols along the way.
We met many people on our search, but nobody had seen him. At long last, we spotted Father Christmas near our church. He told us that his reindeer were munching on the big patch of grass behind the trees and that we should not disturb them. We gave him a ride back to our Kindergarten on the tractor and, in return, received a toy each and got to take lots of fun photos with him.

Unfortunately, Father Christmas had to go again, because he had to visit other Kindergartens too, but he promised to see us again on Christmas Eve. A big thank you again to Father Christmas for his visit and a big thank you to Rainer Kassier, who is always there when we need him.

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