This December I will celebrate my 2nd Blogging Anniversary, and am very pleased to inform you that my readership started with 600 visits per month, and currently it stands at 4500, and growing. ALL THANKS TO ALL OF YOU!
I had the pleasure of attending three weddings this year, and will share some of the special traditions and pictures from each of these weddings.
This wedding was very special to us, since the daughter of our long time friend was getting married, and also because the wedding ceremony was taking place in the same church as the filming of the, the ever so popular movie, “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”.
We really enjoyed the events we attended in these cities, as well as the site seeing.
We had a very busy summer this year, full of long distance traveling, and it’s not over yet.
I love watching the busy city life, and admire the convenience, but I enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the suburbs.
Saint Nicholas, was the “gift giver” I was familiar with during my childhood. He had a white beard, was dressed in bishop’s garbs, carried a crozier, and arrived on a white horse. On December 6th, he was visiting well-behaved children, and placing candy and cookies under their pillows. If you were really good, then he would drop off more goodies on Christmas Eve. You also were expected to know your Catechism, in case he decided to quiz you, before leaving you a gift. We recited prayers and songs dedicated to St. Nicholas, instead of leaving him milk and cookies.
As you probably remember, there was a lot of talk going around about the new travel regulations to Canada and Mexico. Well the talk turned to reality, and the new regulations have been approved and are being implemented. I came across this article regarding the ID requirements for travelers to these countries.
As of Monday June 1, new ID system has been implemented, which is much tighter than it used to be. Please read the inserts I have selected for a quick overview, however if you wish to read the whole article please click here.