10 Days Before Christmas

I can’t wait for it any longer.
I can imagine how it will be, full of joy and happiness. There are carols everywhere, christmas trees with a “blink-blink” lights, stars, snowfalls, and many more. How beautiful it be.
FYI, in my church, we always celebrate christmas day in the saturday night until sunday morning, especially for young department. We never sleep, after the party we ussually have a conversation each other until the morning comes. Hhhhh….please come soon, o christmas day…^_^

BTW, here are many ways to say “merry christmas” in many languages:
Afrikaner (Afrikaans) ~ “Een Plesierige Kerfees”
Argentine ~ “Felices Pascuas”
Bohemian ~ “Vesele Vanoce”
Brazilian ~ “Boas Festas”
Chinese (Cantonese) ~ “Saint Dan Fai Lok”
Danish ~ “Glædelig Jul”
Dutch ~ “Vrolijk Kerstfeest”
English ~ “Merry Christmas”
Filipino ~ “Maligayang Pasko”
Finnish ~ “Hyvaa Joulua”
French ~ “Joyeux Noël”
German ~ “Froehliche Weihnachten”
Greek ~ “Kala Christouyenna”
Hawaiian ~ “Mele Kalikimaka”
Hebrew ~ “Mo’adim Lesimkha”
Icelandic ~ “Gledileg Jol”
Indonesian ~ “Selamat Hari Natal”
Irish ~ “Nollaig Shona Dhuit”
Italian ~ “Buone Feste Natalizie”
Japanese ~ “Kurisumasu Omedeto”
Korean ~ “Sung Tan Chuk Ha”
Lithuanian ~ “Linksmu Kaledu”
Malay ~ “Selamat Hari Natal”
Maori ~ “Meri Kirihimete”
Norwegian ~ “God Jul”
Romanian ~ “Craciun Fericit”
Peruvian ~ “Felices Fiestas”
Portugese ~ “Boas Festas”
Slovakian ~ “Vesele Vianoce”
Spanish ~ “Feliz Navidad”
Swedish ~ “God Jul”
Welsh ~ “Nadolig Llawen”

That’s enough, selamat hari natal untuk kalian semua. Tuhan memberkati (GOD bless).

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