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I thought the format of the title would give it away, but this is from Liminal Owl. There will be one more seasonal/holiday OTR tomorrow.
Not labeled, but I think it’s Christmas 1964, when I was four. Possibly 1963.
My family was Jewish, but so far removed from religious identity that we always had a tree and sang carols—the very, very traditional and religious English ones: Silent Night, and O Come All Ye Faithful, and (my favorite) We Three Kings. My parents played a record, The First Christmas in Carols, and some of those I’ve never heard elsewhere.