Christmas Day falls on the twenty-fifth of December. It is a very happy day for many boys and girls. Before the term ends in some schools, the children act a nativity or “birth” play, showing how Jesus was born in a stable.
On the twenty-fourth of December, all children are very excited. Usually they are sent to bed early so that their parents can get the presents ready. The younger children think that Father Christmas will come down the chimney or fireplace, so they hang up a sock for him to put presents in. The greedy ones even hang up a pillow-case or a sack to try to get more presents. Later that night, father or mother will put presents in the sock, and leave others at the side of the bed.
On Christmas morning, the children wake up very early. Some even turn on the light at two o'clock, and most of them are awake by six o'clock, and the young ones play while the dinner is prepared. At about one o'clock in the afternoon, the Christmas dinner is brought in. The turkey or chicken is quickly eaten. Children search in their Christmas pudding for new coins which are hidden in it. The rest of the day is full of games and eating until the happiest of all Christmas holidays comes to an end.
The night when Jesus was born, the shepherd who watched the sheep in the wilderness heard a voice from the sky and told them the news of Jesus's birth. According to the Bible, Jesus came to the world to be king of the world, so the angels passed the news to more people through these shepherds.
Later, people imitated the angels, and on the night of Christmas Eve, they spread the news of Jesus's birth. Until today, it evolved into the good news. Although Christmas Eve is a festival for foreigners, we are also excited about this day.
On Christmas Eve, each family places a Christmas tree according to tradition. That night, the family gathered in the living room, surrounded by Christmas trees singing Christmas songs, exchanging gifts, sharing the joys and sorrows of life, expressing their inner blessings and love, and praying for happiness in the coming year. But we live on campus, we can't go home.
We went back to the dormitory, took out the apple, and replaced it with someone else. Our dormitory bless each other, give us some snacks, we before bed, wash the socks on the bed in the morning found in a sock gift, I know who is on, is my head, I also gave him a gift, our dormitory exchange gifts, we are while they were sleeping when it......
We get presents from each other, we all love each other.