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  • 1. A Miracle What would life be without a little mistery? Without things that you don`t know why and how happened but they just did? Everybody has experienced something really unusual and now I would like to tell you one of my different stories It was winter .My family and I were in Burgas for the Christmas holiday. It had been snowing for three days and the ground was covered with a blanket of snow so we decided to go outside and make a snowman .Everything was just perfect. I was playing with my parents, the snowflakes were falling gently on my head and hands. The December sun was caressing my frostbitten cheeks. Suddenly I realised I’d lost my ring - a very special gift from my grandmother. I started looking for it but my search was in vain, the ring seemed to have disappeared. When I was completely miserable my mom said to me! Don`t worry, it`s Christmas, miracles happen!
  • 2. Soon, on 25th December something absolutely unbelievable happened. I couldn`t believe such thing was possible. I found my ring on the balcony. My parents’ explanation was that Santa Claus had given it to me as a Christmas present. Years after I asked my mother if she had found the ring and then put it on the balcony floor saying this was a present from Santa Claus! Her answer was no. Now I know three things - the first one is that this is the story of my childhood I`ll always remember. The second, Santa Claus is not a real person and the last - miracles really happen if you believe in them. Denitsa – 7th grade