Today is Timket « In Ethiopia, Epiphany is a far more important holiday than Christmas. Whereas Western Christians commemorate the journey of the Magi in their Epiphany celebrations, Ethiopian Orthodox Christians honor the occasion of Jesus’baptism. Accordingly, they call the festival Timkat (sometimes also spelled « Timqat » or « Timket »), which means « baptism. » Since the Ethiopian Orthodox Church follows a different calendar than that commonly adhered to in … Continuer de lire Holidays of Ethiopia
Today is Christmas in Ethiopia! Merry Christmas, Ethiopia! Continuer de lire Holidays of Ethiopia
It is New Year’s weekend today! Continuer de lire Chinese Holidays
Hello, Steve! It is now one day past New Year’s eve! Yay! I have a secret to tell you New Year’s day. Today I wore my bling scrunchy. My K.F.C. chicken was extra crunchy. About last night: How long did you stay up? Were you out past midnight? Was that blueberry champagne that you had? It was more than a cup. Was there anything to … Continuer de lire Black Eyed Peas and Rice
It is New Year’s Day just about everywhere. Happy New Year’s Day! Continuer de lire Happy New Year’s Day!
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Today is Skanda Sashti(Pausha, Shukla Shashthi). Continuer de lire Holidays of India
Right now I feel a fright! My new year’s outfit has not even been ordered yet! That means that it is not yet in sight! Oh, my God! Where is Todd! He has a hot bod! Everyone else looks just…..alright. Her skirt is too tight. These plams absolutely must not fail! I will not give up this time and say, Oh well. » There are a … Continuer de lire Will You Party Tonight?
It is almost New Year’s Day. What are you going to do? This year is almost up. When it is, this means that the year 2019 is through. Did you read a good book? If not, that is O.K. Because, my question for you really is: For New Year’s eve, are you going to cook? Continuer de lire Are You Going to Cook?
Today is Christmas in Ethiopia! Merry Christmas, Ethiopia! « Ledet (Christmas) Ledet (Christmas) falls on December 29 Ethiopian calendar (January 7 Gregorian calendar). Ledet (Christmas) is celebrated after 43 days fasting known as Tsome Gahad (Advent), with a spectacular procession, which begins at 6 AM and lasts until 9 AM. After the mass service, people go home to break the fast with the meat of chicken … Continuer de lire Ethiopian Holidays