Blogmas Day 29: The Christmas Princess (Wedding #5) by Patricia McLinn

April Gareaux had nowhere to live, and family had to take her in, to add salt to the injury her engagement is off plus a tedious job the holiday season wasn’t looking too good for her. Little did she know that the page was about to turn around and so will her. When King Jozef … Continue reading Blogmas Day 29: The Christmas Princess (Wedding #5) by Patricia McLinn

Blogmas Day 23: Maltese Christmas Traditions

Like everywhere else in the world Maltese lands have their own Christmas traditions, the same traditions I grew up and still have memories about each one. Midnight Mass and Children's Procession One of the oldest customs in Malta during Christmas is that of midnight, and the child procession is a tradition going back to 1883, … Continue reading Blogmas Day 23: Maltese Christmas Traditions

Blogmas Day 14: Five Christmas Flowers And Plants!

Mistletoe Mistletoe usually is seen in our houses around the Christmas period, hidden in a doorway for lovers to kiss under it. Do you know where this tradition began? It said that the Celtic Druids of the 1st century A.D. because it could overcome the frozen winters and still grow. The Druids viewed as a … Continue reading Blogmas Day 14: Five Christmas Flowers And Plants!