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How do you say Merry Christmas?

December 24, 2009

Just some Christmas fun!

Glaedelig Jul – Danish

Vrolijike Kerst – Dutch

Hyvvaa Joulua – Finnish

Frohe Weihnachten – German

Kala Christouyenna – Greek

Gledileg Jol – Icelandic

Buon Natale – Italian

God Jul – Norwegian

Feliz Natal – Portuguese

Heri za Krismas – Swahili

God Jul – Swedish

Iyi Noeller – Turkish

Feliz Navidad – Mexico

And the ever popular “Merry Christmas”

Also there is a statistic that says that 56 percent of Americans sing holiday carols to their pets.  Do you?  I do, they are about the only ones who hear me sing.

I hope everyone out in Bloggerland has a wonderful Christmas time!

Wags and Woofs from the Solstice Gang.

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