Knowledge shared, is joy doubled

Hello, hello! πŸ˜‰

Are you getting ready for Christmas? What will you do for Christmas Eve and Christmas? πŸ™‚ What is the tradition in your country? Do you follow the country’s tradition, or do you create your own?

Woo, many questions today. xD πŸ˜›

Personally, I love Christmas time because of the happy feelings, the merry people anticipating the holidays, and the festive music and events everywhere. ^_^ A time to meet with your good friends and spend time with them… (And family of course). The whole year is a time to spend with friends and family, but during Christmas there is an excuse. xD ;P

Like the post says, knowledge shared is joy doubled, I will post a few things that I think are very interesting and I would like to share with you. πŸ™‚

Long and Lasting Life A page listing many sites with information to haveΒ  a healthy life! πŸ˜‰ Exercise, eating right, the whole package πŸ˜›

I found this photo, and thought it was quite funny πŸ˜€ Mario’s Wardrobe!! Heehee! πŸ˜€

Haha, his underwear…. πŸ˜›

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One thought on “Knowledge shared, is joy doubled

  1. We make our own traditions combinging traditions from each of our parental nations and the nations in which we live/lived. from food to activities to how we give our gifts. We still get nuts and oranges and apples in our stockings from our father (Italian tradition) and we get our gifts from our mother on New Years as with the Greek tradition. Well, we get some gifts from our mother then though they are supposed to be from Agios Vassilis. tehe. We don’t give to many gifts though.

    Some how it became a tradition to go cross country skiing on the day before christmas whenever we could. If there was no snow then obviously not. but i dont know where that came from…

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