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Some Orthodox Christian Russians also don't eat any meat or fish during the Christmas Eve meal/feast.
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Once in a small Russian town, there lived a women called Babushka. "My baby son, died when he was small." Balthasar stopped her as she went to tidy the kitchen up. Come with us when the star appears tonight." he said. As the kings slept, Babushka tidied up as quietly as she could. " she thought, "and this new king, what a funny idea, to go off with the kings to find him." Babushka shook herself. I couldn't just leave it." Suddenly it was night-time again and the star was in the sky. Babushka ran back into her house, keen to get on with her work.
Babushka always had work to do sweeping, polishing, dusting and cleaning. There was no time for dreaming, all this washing-up and putting away had to be done. Finally, she went to the small cupboard, opened the door and gazed at all the toys.
Her house was the best kept, most tidy house in the whole village. I bring gold, and my colleagues bring spices and perfumes." "Oh, I'm not sure that he would welcome me," said Babushka, "and what could I bring for a gift? "Anyway," she thought, "how long would she be away?