Posts Tagged ‘christmas day’

Track Santa 2016 Day Eight

Friday, December 9th, 2011

Tracking Santa: The 8th Day (December 8)   Mrs. Claus suddenly visited the Toy Factory and Craft Workshop house today. It was a snowy morning, though the snow fall was not that heavy and it was tolerable. Still, it was a very cold afternoon so we were very surprised when we heard Mrs. Claus knocking […]

Track Santa 2013 Day Four

Sunday, December 4th, 2011

Tracking Santa: The Fourth Day (December 4, 2011) Today, we did not have work at the Toy Factory and Crafts Workshop. It was a day off and it was nevertheless a very good day to rest. At the break of dawn I went of my cabin with a cup of hot chocolate on one hand […]

Track Santa Day Two

Friday, December 2nd, 2011

Tracking Santa: The Second Day (December 2, 2013) Today, Santa Claus gave us a short lecture. He called every elves and reindeers—Mrs. Claus was there, too, carrying cookies and warm chocolate drink—and gathered us around a big bonfire. He did not wear his traveling attire yet, but wore a fur coat (in the color of […]

Tales of Baboushka

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

Christmas story is part of Christmas celebration, wherein different inspirational tales and folks are originated from it. One of the best-known Christmas stories is the tales of Baboushka from Russia. Read on and enjoy this inspiring Christmas story for children and kids at heart.   The Story Of Baboushka Baboushka in Russia literally means ‘old […]

Christmas Movies 2011

Sunday, November 27th, 2011

Watching Christmas movies is one we can do to keep the spirit of Christmas. There are no other movies than fabulous Christmas movies. Some holiday movies are quite convincing, but some are not. We combine a list of top Christmas movies of all time. Some best movies are listed below

Christmas Superstitions

Friday, November 25th, 2011

Christmas is one of the most holy and joyful background celebrations for the Christian community. It is an annual celebration for the birth of Christ, who is all well-known as the great savior of all people. Most of the Christmas tradition and practice has gradually existed which includes the following:   – Traditional home decorations […]

Office Christmas Party Games

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

Christmas is just around the corner guys and it’s time for all of you to celebrate!  Many of you must be planning for his special day from months back. Christmas is a special day when lovers unite; friends get to meet each other, relatives dance around the splattering bon fire and it’s a reunion of […]

List Of Popular Christmas Songs

Monday, November 7th, 2011

By nature, human are indeed music lovers. There is never an event without songs that perfectly suit as background music and dance purposes. Most of all, it’s an entertaining bonding moment to sing along together with the family and friends. I’m really excited to share with you the songs of the upcoming Yuletide season. Yes […]

Roast Goose Recipe

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Always having turkey for your Christmas dinner?  Try our roast goose recipe for a tasty change! Serves  8 Preparation time 15 minutes Cooking time    3 hours and 45 minutes   Ingredients: 5.5-kg  goose, thawed 250 g   bacon, sliced 3 tbsp   red wine vinegar 2 tbsp   dryMarsalawine                   […]

where To Spend Christmas In Manila

Friday, November 4th, 2011

The Philippines is probably the only country in Asia that is predominantly Christian. No wonder Christmas is highly celebrated, and preparation start as early as September. Christmas in the Philippines is more traditional and spiritual making it different unlike its neighboring countries, where commercialism has take over the celebration. If this is, your first time […]

Christmas Party Tips

Monday, October 31st, 2011

What better way is there to celebrate the Christmas season than by throwing a party at your home? After all, Christmas is a happy occasion and everybody should have some fun. But Christmas parties can be a tricky business and even a simple wine and cheese party requires careful planning and a lot of preparation […]

Planning a Christmas Party

Monday, October 31st, 2011

Christmas is one of the most awaited holidays of the year. It is a time of generosity, hope, joy and goodwill. Christmas is also a good time for families, relatives and friends to spend quality time with one another. The best way to do this would be to set up a Christmas where everybody get […]

Shopping for Christmas Gifts

Saturday, October 29th, 2011

Shopping for Christmas gifts is easy, but buying the right gift for your mother, father or special someone is not that simple, especially if you want to make them truly happy. If you want to make certain that the receiver appreciates your effort, just follow my guide to shopping for Christmas gifts. In Christmas gift […]

Christmas Dinner Ideas: Stuffed Rolls

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Do you like the Mexican Samosa?  In this Christmas recipe, we will show you how to do a variant of such dish, shaped into a garland just in time for Christmas! Serves  12 Preparation time 15 minutes, plus refrigeration Cooking time    30 minutes Ingredients 2 tubes crescent rolls 450 g skinless chorizo 200 g chicken, […]

Mashed Potatoes

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Although it looks simple, there are many different ways that are written on how to prepare the perfect mashed potatoes. In this recipe, we will bring additional tastes to the usual creamy potatoes – sour cream, cheese, cream cheese, bacon, and some spices – giving them festive colors just in time for the holidays! Serves  […]

Best Holiday Destinations

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

Christmas is a time when the air is filled with fun and merry. The weather is great to be in, the temperature is just exact for traveling and people are all busy shopping for gifts, Christmas trees, good food and Christmas hampers. If you are the sorts who like to go on a journey during […]

Christmas Tree: History, Types Meaning and Ornaments

Monday, October 24th, 2011

The Christmas tree is perhaps the most prominent symbol of Christmas all over the world. Without it, the celebration of Christmas would be incomplete. Besides serving as a colorful house ornament, the Christmas tree also serves as a tie that brings the family together, as they cooperate in decorating the tree. It also functions as […]

Christmas Traditions And Customs

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Most of the Christmas traditions being practiced today originate from ancient times. These include the twelve days of Christmas, the Yule logs, the giving of gifts, Christmas trees, feasts and carols. These activities can be traced back to customs and traditions from ancient civilization, which were eventually adopted by the Christian Church over time.  As […]

Christmas around the World

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Christmas is one of the largest celebrated festive season throughout the globe and different countries around the world have different ways of celebrating Christmas. But in spite of the differences in customs and traditions, Christmas celebrations all over the world share the same essence. It is all about sharing, giving, loving one another and rejoicing […]

Christmas Celebration 2023

Friday, October 21st, 2011

soure: Christmas Day is an important holiday which is generally observed on 25th of December. People celebrate this auspicious occasion to commemorate the day known to be the birth of Christianity’s central figure – Jesus Christ. Although Christmas Day is supposed to be a Christian festival, it is now widely celebrated around the world even […]