Sunday, January 5, 2020

Twelfth Night

Old Christmas is past,
Twelfth tide is the last,
And we bid you adieu.
Great health in the new.



Wishing everyone a Happy Twelfth Night.

As always, thanks for stopping by...........*s*

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    1. Hi R’sRue....Thanks for stopping by. I don’t think we have met before. I always wonder, as a not very high profile blogger, how people find me.

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  2. Well I had to look up twelfth night. Thanks for enlightening me.

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    1. Hi Patti...It’s a way of extending the Yule season. I am so glad the commercial world has not caught on!

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  3. such sweet santa's, I just found out that the 12 days of Christmas are after chistmas

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  4. Hi Linda...Twelfth night is January 5; twelfth day is January 6. Traditionally it’s the day the Magi reached Bethlehem. In earlier times it was a time of celebration and a lot of partying.

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  5. Dearest Suzi,
    Hardly can believe that time is passing already this fast... at a certain age, it goes faster and faster!
    Wishing you and yours all the very best!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  6. Hi Mariette....I could not agree more about the way time passes. If feels like it was summer last month.
    Wishing y and Pieter a happy and healthy new year!

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  7. Our tree is still up ;). Yes, we are all about extending the Yule as January hits and then we are close to the hungry gap......Happy Yuletide❣️

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  8. Hi Sandy...We usually leave ours p until Groundhog Day!

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