The Handmaid's Tale Of Hansel: The Joy Of Christmas

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Hansel is reminded of his tender, loving mother and how each Christmas was filled with joy in their tiny cottage by the great forest and how it would be pervaded with warm light from flickering candles and the glow of the comforting fire, whilst their mother baked and cheerfully sang. The aromas of cinnamon and ginger would permeate the air as the children gleefully constructed elaborate gingerbread houses with miniature cupcakes for the roof and sugar candy for the doors and windows. This was one of his favorite perennial activities that he engaged in with his mother and he hankered for those loving times. Would it be usurpation to eat just a little of the candy that was in front of them, so tantalizingly teasing? He came to a snap
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