In light of the Sochi Olympics, many young boys and girls will be lacing up skates for the first time, practicing the luge on their sleds, or choreographing their figure skating routine on the playground. There is something about watching the Olympics that allows us to dream of the impossible.
As a child, I hated waiting for Christmas. Unfortunately it wasn’t because I couldn’t wait to celebrate the birth of the Messiah. My focus was on the unveiling of all the presents. Early in my childhood, I learned all the “hidey holes” that my parents used to hide them from me and my brother. By the time I was five, I had mastered the art of surreptitiously unwrapping enough of each gift to see the joy inside and then carefully rewrapping it so that no one was the wiser.
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