Waldman, Ned
December 2006
Guideposts;Dec2006, Vol. 61 Issue 10, p64
The article presents the author's narrative about celebrating Christmas with his mother Adele whom he loved dearly. His mother made him special tea on Christmas Eve. His biological mother died when he was just six months old in 1933. Adele raised him until he was six, and she respected his Jewish heritage. The author published a little book by Tom Hegg called "A Cup of Christmas Tea."


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