Well that is quite a cute little elf if I ever did see one. Hector rocking the fascinator. (at Milf Valley)
Spent Christmas Eve with the Estonian / Danish friends in Mill Valley. They think we Americans are silly because we celebrate on the wrong day. I think that means that I am lucky because I get to celebrate on both days.
According to Wikipedia:
Danes celebrate on December 24, which is referred to as Juleaften (literally “Yule evening”). An evening meal with the family consists of either roast pork, roast duck or roast goose and eaten with potatoes, plenty of gravy, and red cabbage or finely chopped kale boiled in butter. Also caramelized potatoes is an important part of the Dane’s Christmas dinner.
Estonians celebrate Christmas on December 24, which is referred to as jõululaupäev (“Christmas Saturday”) and is by act of Parliament a public holiday in Estonia.