We were pleased that "Flat" Dovydas could accompany moi, "Flat" Cauli III, and my minions to enjoy this holiday event. We hope you had fun, too, reading about the festivities. Next best thing to being there, so they say (assuming "they" speak in sentence fragments).
Needing a Nap After All the Excitement,
Cauli Le Chat
MPL Roving Reporter
Local Celebrations News Beat
P.S. "Victorian" Christmas harkens to 19th century days when life took a slower pace but was considerably more challenging than today, what with no pop-top lids on canned tuna-in-oil and such inconveniences as no refrigerators or laptop computers. But the name "Victorian" comes from Queen Victoria of Great Britain, about whom the Kinks sang ["Victoria," from the album Arthur (or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire) (1969)].