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Dan on Santa Claus

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Posted by: Leaky
November 18, 2002, 04:01 PM

Dan Radcliffe is quoted in the new issue of Reader's Digest on his thoughts about Christmas:

The moment when I understood there is an amazing man who visits children all over the world and gives them presents was mysterious and magical for me. I remember making sure that my list had been sent weeks before, that Santa had food, and of course, a drink for all those tired reindeer. I even remember the feel of my warm pajamas after my bath. Sleeping was such a problem that night, but eventually I did, and, oh, when I woke! I loved the biscuit with the bite taken out of it, and Santa's reply saying that he hoped I'd enjoyed the presents and that he hadn't forgotten anything - and he hadn't! That was what was so miraculous. He knew everything - even things I had mentioned months ago but had forgotten. Now I'm a little older, but I still believe in the spirit of that man who dashes all over the world making children smile on Christmas morning.

Thanks, Fiona, for the info!

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Awww, that is such a wonderful reminiscence of Santa and all his magical mystery. I remember him almost exactly!

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