I know very well life is bubbling in you even though it is snowing where you are and suppose to chill you but not the Santa I know. Ho, ho, ho! Anyway, how are the elves of Northpole, are they giving you help as usual? How is Mrs. Claus doing?
Jingle bells, Jingle bells everyone going up and down to find a perfect gift for his or her loved one. Maame Yaa and her mother were returning from shopping. They were so excited about the celebration of Christmas.
Kwadjo is fifteen years old. He has spent Christmas fourteen times excluding this year's. Over the past years, Christmas has been about gifts, travelling and parties. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the mood of Christmas 2020 has been different.
Once upon a time in a certain village were a few inhabitants who had strange feet - their feet were unusually big.
In one particular family for instance, all but one of them had that strange feet.
Few people in the village believed their feet were so because of witchcraft, though they had no evidence to support that claim.
Majority did not share in that view but the big feet alone was enough cause for them to ostracise the affected people.
The plight of that family was further worsened by a conversation a young girl in the village accidentally overheard.
That evening, Obenewah, that young girl, had gone to see Esi, the only member of the big feet family who had normal feet, so that they could participate in the storytelling session that took place in the town hall.
Just when she was about to enter the house, she thought she overheard a conversation between Esi’s father and two other people whom she could not make out.
Alex roamed about and gawked at everybody. Every school he attended had his name on top of the list of troublemakers. Running into trouble became a regular feature of Alex, who would always do something to the displeasure of his teachers and students.