CarolCooks2…2019…A recap and some thank you’s…

If you missed New Year’s Eve (and we did being in bed by 11) here is a look in the rear view mirror with Carol Taylor with some traditions from around the world… and save some space for fortune cookies as Chinese New Year is yet to come.. and on that note, rather than pollute the atmosphere with billions of dollars worth of fireworks, Carol has a video of the fabulous drone light show the Chinese used to celebrate.

Retired? No one told me!

It’s New Years Eve…My last post of 2019…

A time to cast off the old and bring in the new...

Here is how the New Year starts around the world…Just a little taster…

First Footing…Is Scotland’s New Year’s Eve celebration of Hogmanay, “first-footing” is practised across the country. The first person who crosses a threshold of a home in the New Year should carry a gift for luck. Scots also hold bonfire ceremonies where people parade while swinging giant fireballs on poles, supposedly symbols of the sun, to purify the coming year.

In Spain, it is customary to eat 12 grapes one for each of the 12 strokes of midnight…

Columbians have a love of travel so traditionally an empty suitcase is carried around the block…Mmmm I know someone who may be happy to adopt that tradition…Debby Giess…

The Danes throw all their old crockery against the…

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