Mele Kalikimaka is the way to say Merry Christmas the Hawaiian way. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FV_BGqgbxdc
I used to say Happy Holidays trying to be PC. But I'm old enough now that I don't try to be PC and I say "Merry Christmas!"
Nadolig Llawen from Waleslove and hugs Gina xxx
Growing up I used to said Feliz navidad, now I say MERRY CHRISTMAS! Carmen
in Dutch you will say "Gelukkig kerstfeest". I prefer "Fijne Kerstdagen" which is almost the same, more like "have a nice Christmas!
Hi NancyThe pattern I used for the red, white and blue quilt is Fractions on a Roll by Mountainpeek Creations. Very easy pattern to follow, you just have to pay attention to how you iron your seams. It has instructions for doing it with jelly rolls or with yardage. I used a jelly roll AND yardage :)And, to answer the question, I say Merry Christmas!Abby
Hey Nancy... thanks for stopping by. The quilt pattern came from a Quilt In a Day show that I caught a couple of years ago. It took a couple of tries, but I think I deciphered my notes correctly when I made my Chocolate Mint quilt.Anyway... Merry Christmas, ya'll! (that's the midwestern way ;) )Hugs,Iva
I say to you MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!! However I do love saying.....melakalikimuka!!!! I'm sure I spelled that way wrong. LOLOL But I still love it!!
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