Twelve Days of St Herman

Part of the Name Day fun was re-writing the ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’ as the Twelve Days of St. Herman. 😀

On the Twelfth Day of Nativity, St. Herman sent to me…

…Twelve Native Orphans

…Eleven Giant Cabbages

…Ten Salmon Leaping

…Nine Chanting Monks

…Eight Angels a Singing

…Seven Seals a Swimming

…Six Converted Sailors

…Five GIANT COOKIES

…Four Friendly Bears

…Three Homeless Dogs

…Two Feet of Snow

…and a Chapel in the Woods.

Those of you familiar with the life of St. Herman will get a chuckle out of the song. We can’t sing the regular version of the song anymore.

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