79. Nollaig Shona Duit!

J.M.J.

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Omgosh! Look at all that gold dust!

“The Gaelic greeting for ‘Merry Christmas’ is: Nollaig Shona Duit…which is pronounced as null-ig hun-a dit.”   http://www.ireland-information.com

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Note from Nannie:

As you can see in the above picture, Finney has placed his Christmas stones, which are just covered with his gold dust from his pot o’ gold, all around Baby Jesus!

Christmas has come!  Time for Celebratin’!  Happy Birthday, Baby Jesus!

Now Finney wants to show you other Nativity scenes of Family and Friends that he has seen!

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Sacred Heart of Jesus, please bless you and all for whom you pray!

Finney and I wish you a fine, grand, wonderful Christmas day!

Nollaig Shona Duit!

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2 thoughts on “79. Nollaig Shona Duit!

    1. Oh my, dear S! Right back at you!
      Nollaig Shona Duit to you, too!
      ‘Tis fun to see the manger scenes,
      And all the lovely evergreens!
      Good Joseph, Jesus, and Mary…
      They’re God’s chosen Holy Fam’ly!
      The shepherds and sheep with lambies,
      Are there with cows and the donkeys…
      The Star shone way up in the sky,
      ‘Twill be a sign so way up high!
      A sign for all the world to know
      How God the Father loves us so!
      How nice to see your note today!
      How nice it is to see the way
      You let me know you like my rhyme…
      ‘Tis kind that you do take the time!
      I am so glad that I can say
      Merry Christmas to you today!

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