The origins of New Years Eve traditions – Here is a closer look at some of the most popular traditions tied to New Year’s Eve, both domestically and around the world. #NewYears #NewYearsEveThe origins of New Years Eve traditions — Courageous Christian Father
Helloooooo 🙂 I know I’m already pushing it on this one, seeing as it’s literally 8 minutes until I’m a day late, but I’ve had a wonderful evening and I’d like to just recap a little for you so I can keep my promise. Is anyone even reading these blogs? Either way, I feel like […]on the fourth day of christmas… — a little bit of runion
I have spent hours looking through keychains and other “named” products over the years searching for my kids names. I have never been able to find both of their names and there is no chance I will find my husbands name printed on anything. Doesn’t everyone want things with their name on it? I made […]Fourth Day of Christmas — Making A Life
Two Turtle Doves. Sophie was just about to breathe in the perfect winter morning air when she saw Raphael walking towards her. Lifting her eyes to the Heavens,she moaned a come on!! and turned in the opposite direction. “Sophie!” Raphael called. “Sophie,wait. Honey,please.” Now she was honey? After three months of absence? After waking up […]On The Second Day Of Christmas,My True Love Sent To Me… — Bhuuks and I
I finally finished my upcycled Altoid tin Advent Calendar and I even managed to get it mailed. Yah me! Anyways, continue reading if you want to see what I included in the last few tins.Advent 2020 – December 22 to December 24 — hip roof barn
Thought for the Day – 20 December – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) The Swaddling Clothes of the Divine Infant “Mary, like other mothers in those days, wrapped the Infant Jesus in swaddling clothes.The Divine Child quietly offered this new humiliation to His heavenly Father.He saw prefigured in these bands, the ropes with which […]Thought for the Day – 20 December – The Swaddling Clothes of the Divine Infant — AnaStpaul
Quote/s of the Day – 20 December – The Fourth Sunday of Advent – O Clavis David/O Key of David – Readings: 2 Samuel 7:1-5,8-12, 14, 16, Psalms 89:2-3, 4-5, 27, 29, Romans 16:25-27, Luke 1:26-38 “[Jesus] became man by the Virginso that the course, which was takenby disobedience in the beginning,through the agency of […]Quote/s of the Day – 20 December – “Hail, full of grace,” — AnaStpaul
In many societies death needed a servant that would guide or bring the soul of the deceased to the place of the afterlife. Such servants were called psychopomps and presented here is a brief discussion of two psychopomps from Breton folklore and mythology.Psychopomps in Breton Myths and Folktales: Entering the Afterlife — Under the influence!