Happy Chanukkah! and Merry Christmas!

Christmahanakwanzika unknown The combination of Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa. This way no one feels left out and and you dont have to worry bout what you say every time you meet someone. definitely better than sayin ‘happy holidays’

May you say, give and be given beautiful words during Christmas and Hanukkah. Then let us keep on giving them and spreading them all year 2017 long. Joy to you and yours! Love, hugs, kisses, presents, great food and drink, maybe snow, good health, safe travels, and more for you! I will be writing to you next week with a Happy New Year theme.

In 2005, the sunset of December 25 coincided with 25 Kislev, the first night of Hanukkah, making Christmas Day and the beginning of Hanukkah the same day. This occasion will not happen again until 2024.

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Happy Christmas (Merry Christmas), or, as we say in our Orthodox Churches – Christ is Born! (with response) Glorify Him! (Of course, for those Orthodox christians celebrating christmas on January 7th – I’m not quite so late on the Christmas cards!)

Think of it this way: "Happy Holidays" includes Christmas as one of those holidays, and "Merry Christmas" leaves out everything other than Christmas. If you live in an area with mostly Christians, or if you know someone has a Menorah and not a Christmas tree, you can generally feel safe with a "Merry Christmas" or "Happy Hanukkah."

According to Judye’s letter to an aunt: “My family are on the merry-go-round again. According to one of the more popular.

Merry Christmas! Happy Hanukkah! My favorite gift is something that I gave to my grandmother and my aunt. A couple of weeks ago, my mom bought me a ceramics figurine kit because I like to paint. When I looked at the figurines, I realized that I couldn’t keep them for myself. You see, ten years ago my cousin died suddenly-he was just 10 at.

To our Jewish friends, we wished a Happy Hanukkah; to our Christian friends, we wished a Merry Christmas; and to those whose observance we didn’t know, we said Happy Holidays. We never thought.