24 Dec 2009


Only joking, of course I've been good this year - would you really expect anything less of me?
On what is the busiest night for Father Christmas (English), Sion Corn (Welsh), Santa Claus (America), Pere Noel (France and Canada), Papai Noel (Brazil and Peru), Gwiazdor (Poland), Grandfather Frost/Ded Moraz (Russia), Joulupukki (Finland), Kris Kringle (Germany), Babbo Natale (Italy), the list goes on (click HERE for more), I found this wonderful site that allows you to follow his journey around the globe. Fascinating, I could sit and watch it for hours. To join me just click HERE, sit back and enjoy.

And finally, what would Christmas be without some festive music? Tired of listening to all those carols and shop-piped music? Then how about my alternative seasonal ditties?
************** Seasons Greetings. My best wishes to you and yours, Petty Witter.


Mary said...

Merry Christmas!

chitra said...

I am here today to greet you.

Merry X mas all the way from India.:)

Canary said...

I am back after a long hiatus! :)
Wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy new year :)

Kelly said...

Thanks! ..and a Merry Christmas to you, too, my new friend!

I'll be back tomorrow to click the last day on the advent calendar. I've been very good about only doing a day at a time since my slip up at the beginning.

Traci said...

As aways, I am smiling after your blog. I actually brought the laptop to my husband to show him the dead Sanat. Too funny.

Thanks again for all your kind words this week. Here's wishing you a lovely Christmas. Cheers!

Rob Innis said...

The entry on the list for Spain is wrong - they give the 3 wise men and not Father Christmas (Papa Noel) You just can't trust the internet these days...bah humbug.

Lydia said...

A belated Merry Christmas to you, too!