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How to Give a Holiday Greeting in 25 Languages

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Cherise Udell

Cherise Udell is a mom, clean air advocate, anthropologist and feline aficionado with the nomadic habit of taking spontaneous sojourns to unusual destinations. Before her adventures in motherhood, she was an intrepid Amazon jungle guide equipped with a pair of sturdy wellingtons and a 24-inch machete, as well as a volunteer at a rainforest animal rescue center.

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9:16AM PDT on Jun 24, 2014

good to consider

12:18PM PDT on Apr 30, 2014

This was great, thanks! It would be nice to see more of this for other holidays, too. Very useful, given that we can meet friends from all over the world on Care2.

4:19PM PDT on Mar 17, 2014

Those are terrific ... but how do I know you didn't just tell me to say, "your mother's fat and dresses you funny" ???

Just what I need ... to look like Rudolph for Christmas.

6:30PM PST on Feb 22, 2014

:)

6:51AM PST on Feb 9, 2014

thanks

1:52PM PST on Feb 7, 2014

cool

1:48AM PST on Feb 7, 2014

cheers

9:33AM PST on Jan 9, 2014


friv 2 Thank you! This fits totally wth what I want to do for my FB this year: Know that we are all one. No matter the language we speak we all understand the spirit.

8:29AM PST on Jan 9, 2014

Wonderful!

2:30AM PST on Jan 8, 2014

Hau'oli Makahiki Hou is the Hawaiian way to say Happy New Year, Mele Kalikimaka is a Hawaiianization of the English phrase. (fyi)

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