What do you mean by "stoners"? ;0)
I thought he was the proposed patron saint of snow that's deep and crisp and even....
Happy St Stephen's Day, Terry!
Oh, I love that picture.
He's my patron for 2010!
Well I had to be the dunce who had to make a wisecrack about St. Stephen.In all seriousness, I don't consider Christmas Day officially over until after the Feast of St. Stephen. Everytime I hear the Christmas carol Good King Wenceslaus- which happens to be one of my favorite carols - I think of him.
Terry--in Eastern Europe, men with the name Stephen are routinely pelted with walnuts on St. Stephen's day. BTW, it's celebrated on December 27th by the Eastern Churches, both Catholic and Orthodox.
Jan - that sounds fun!
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