I've been in Cleveland, busy with family, shopping, and eating. We had a 65 degree day two days ago. It was amazing. Anyway, Santa brought me some cool stuff and I subsidized Santa a lot too. I've officially designated the third day after Christmas as "Non-Christian Indian-American Christmas". It's great because you get to buy presents while others are making returns and you get to take advantage of all the sales. Most Indians like good deals and bargains, so it all works out well. Procrastination for Christmas shopping becomes less of an issue because you get a few extra days to buy presents. Plus, you can see what others didn't get for Christmas from friends who celebrate on Christmas day. Then you can save the day and get them what they really wanted. Instead of being a Secret Santa, you can be a Savior Santa, (not to be confused with Jesus Christ). I suppose non-Christians who are not of Indian descent could also join in, but I don't know enough non-Christian non-Indians to spread the idea well.