December 25, 2018

tea-cups-will-holly-christmas-clip-art-pinterest-JJ2aJn-clipart Hi Everyone!

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Enjoy your presents,

Enjoy your dinner,

Enjoy today, for this is a great day to remember why we all are celebrating,

Enjoy your memories of the love ones you have lost over the years;

  • boy elfSmiles,
  • See the source imageGo out on Christmas Eve to get a special gift,
  • Watching them, watching what sport is on TV,
  • See the source imageEating at the table with family and friends,
  • Asking who is going to up clean-up – guess how many volunteer?
    • None, Nssuno, Brak, Nnguno, Nid oes yr un, Aucun, Pagh
  • Watch the opening of presents, were they surprised?,
    • Did they say “how did you know?” 
      • santa left sideThey only told, called, wrote it down, gave you a copy of their Santa’s list so you would know exactly what to get them
  •  Thankful for all you have received not only in presents, but most important;
    • Love – kiss, smile, hug, tear
    • woman laughingFriendships – new or old
    • Caring – visiting, driving, take to appointments
    • Affection – special feeling, 
    • Enthusiasm – zest, keenness, 
    • Devotion – warmth, fondness,
    • car-driving-clipart-3Eagerness – readiness, zeal

Have a great day! betty boop ChristmasHope

🎅HO! HO!HO! Merry Christmas! Christmas Pickle & Gift Bringers From Around The World

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Information from Why Christmas.com

The Christmas Pickle christmas-pickle-cartoon-vector-illustration-53789783

The tradition of the Christmas Pickle has got to be one of the strangest modern Christmas customs, in that no one is quite sure why it exists at all!

In the 1880s Woolworth stores started selling glass ornaments imported from Germany and some were in the shape of various fruit and vegetables. christmas-pickle-cartoon-vector-illustration-53789783It seems that pickles must have been among the selection!

For the rest of the story go to Why Christmas.com

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Santa Claus / Father Christmas in different Countries

Although Santa Claus/Father Christmas is the best known Christmas gift bringer, there are many different present givers in different countries around the world. Santa’s also called different things in different countries! Here are some of them!

  •  Afghanistan: Baba Chaghaloo
  •  Albania: Babadimri
  •  Armenia: Gaghant Baba / Kaghand Papa (Father Christmas or Father New Year)
  •  Austria: Christkind (a little angel like person)
  •  Azerbaijan: Şaxta baba (Grandfather Frost)
  •  Belarus: Sviaty Mikalaj / Святы Мікалай (St. Nicholas) & Dzied Maroz / Дзед Мароз (Grandfather Frost)
  •  Belgium: Sinterklaas/St. Niklaas (Flemish) or Saint Nicholas (Walloon) & Père Noël (Father Christmas)

For the rest of the article please go to Why Christmas.com

Have a great day! image descriptionHope

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Merry Christmas!

Christmas_Gingerbread_OrnamentMerry Christmas Everyone!

Milo made a ton of treats for Santa to share with everyone at the North Pole.

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Milo CHP 23_24 gingermanChristmas-Pudding

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Have a Very Merry Christmas! Hope & Milo

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