For instance I was walking to work early one morning when I noticed an inordinate amount of sweaty Santas walking away from the boardwalk as I approached. The Santas per sq. ft. increased steadily as I walked to work until I came across an army of santas!
|There were a lot of Santas.|
|Andrea and Muhammad decorating the tree.|
|Seasons Greetings from the Kandahar Education Center|
|Good God! Is that what I look like?? I've got to shave!|
|We sang some songs.|
|Told the story of Hanukkah.|
|A flyer for a service inside the zombie church!|
Conveniently, I also had the whole KAF schedule of religious services for December 24th and 25th delivered to me through the mass emailing system we've got here, so I also resolved to attend the Catholic midnight mass here that Saturday night.
|Makeshift Altar with communion chalices.|
Finally it was time to face my fears, and go to Romanian Church.
|Who knows what I'll find on the other side of that barbed wire fence? Romania is where Transylvania is located...|
|Oh... this doesn't look too scary... I assume that means Merry Christmas.|
|So far it looks like a regular old church... no zombies to speak of...|
|Oh wow... not at all what I was expecting.|
|The history of the Romanian Church on KAF.|
|I assume they didn't actually dress like that, but maybe they did?|
|Did you catch it?|
Once again in the DFAC we were treated to the artistic culinary decorations like the vegetable bouquet and so on.
Happy Holidays from Kandahar!