Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! If you plan on using some random website with Christmas greetings in all kinds of languages be sure to check what you are using, as there are many mistakes.
While my Dutch greeting cards say things like “Vrolijk Kerstfeest” (Merry Christmas), “Gelukkig Nieuw Jaar” (Happy New Year) and even “Prettige Kerstdagen” (Happy Holidays), the Flemish in Belgium also use “Zalig Kerstfeest” (Blessed Christmas).
For anyone who could use a wonderful collection of cool, jazzy and oddball Christmas songs, check out Christmas a gogo. A bunch of dedicated bloggers from around the world got together and set this one up. It’s perfect for anyone who doesn’t like Christmas!
(Photo: Grand’ Place, Brussels)