In December, I had the honor of sharing a story of my childhood at RepublicMedia’s Arizona Storyteller event at the Arizona Biltmore entitled “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas.” The resort ballroom was sold out with over 400 in attendance. I enjoyed greatly sharing my story of growing up in L.A. and celebrating Christmas in North Hollywood without snow, but dreaming of it the way Hollywood sold it. I had fun recounting my first Hollywood Christmas, in the spring of 1972, as an extra on my father’s television Christmas special, “Miracle on 34th St.” I actually got to squirt Kris Kringle, aka, Sebastian Cabot, in the face with water from a squirt gun. He called me “the fastest gun in the West.” I will always thank director Fielder Cook for my 10 seconds (that’s stretching it) of fame! If you have a chance, don’t miss an upcoming Arizona Storytellers event in the Phoenix area. You’ll soon want to be sharing your story!