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Once Christmas is over I’m ready for spring, especially after the Christmas lights and decorations have been packed away for another year. When I was a kid, I hated seeing the Christmas tree come down and Mom often joked that I wanted to celebrate “Serbian Christmas.” I didn’t know what that was until I met Oksana, my favorite Russian, and found out that Russian Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas on Jan. 7 because the Russian Orthodox Church uses the old Julian Calendar.
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