MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL
Mother Nature confuses us with its unseasonal weather; rain, snow, really cold or quite warm temperatures, all in a mater of few consecutive weeks in November and December.
Nonetheless, Christmas Holiday is upon us, hence time for Christians to celebrate the anniversary of the Birth or Christ.
I would like to share links to some of my previous posts about Ukrainian Christmas traditions, as well as few recipes for Ukrainian Traditional Christmas Eve dishes.
Here is a of links to my previous post about Ukrainian Christmas Traditions observed by my family, and a list of traditional dishes:
By clicking on this link, you will learn about more Ukrainian Christmas traditions, and find pictures and recipes for to Ukrainian Traditional Christmas Eve dishes:
Click on this link to view My Ukrainian Traditional Christmas Tree Decorations:
I would like to share Merry Christmas wishes from around the world, which I received from my readers.
Please share your country’s Christmas Greetings if it is still missing from the list below:
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Veselykh Sviat Rizdva Khrystovoho i Shchaslyvoho Novoho Roku! (Ukrainian)
Wesolych Swiat Bozego Narodzenia oraz Szczesliwego Nowego Roku! (Polish)
Buon Natale, Buone Feste and Felice Anno Nuovo! ( Italian)
Here are some new additions from a reader in 2012, who speaks 10 languages:
S Rozhdestvom I S Novim Godom – (Russian)
Felize Natal E Feliz Ano Novo – (Portuguese)
Joyeux Noel E Bonne Anne -(French)
Feliz Navidad Y Feliz Ano Nuevo – (Spanish)
Eid Milad Mubarak – (Arabic)
Shen Deng Kuai Le Xing Nin Kuai Le – (Mandarin)
Kurisumasu Omedetto Gozaimasu – (Japanese)
Haartelijk Keerstfest En Een Goede Nieuw Jaar – (Dutch)
Frohe Weinachten Und Glückliches Neues Jah -(German)
God Jul Och Gott Nytt år – (Swedish)
Happy Holidays from Canada!