Monday, January 12, 2009

Journaling Responses to "Week Forty-Three: The New Year"

Here are what some other bloggers had to say about their childhood memories of The New Year:

The New Year by Wendy Littrell at All My Branches

New Years Memories - Traditions by Donna Wendt at Another Day with Donna

A Very Special Day - New Years Day by Cathy at Detour Through History

New Years Day - Spent and Spending by Thomas MacEntee at Destination: Austin Family

New Year's Eve Traditions by Kathryn Lake Hogan at Looking4Ancestors

My own is My New Year's Memories at AnceStories: The Stories of My Ancestors.



Greetings Miriam,
I think with all the excitement of the New Year, I forgot to send you the link for my post for Week 43.
Anyway here it is:
New Year's Eve Traditions

Miriam said...

Thanks, Kathryn, I've added it.

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Anonymous said...

The only New Year's tradition I can think of that my family had when i was growing up was eating black-eyed peas and cornbread on New Year's day. Here in the South, that's considered good luck.

Stephanie at the Irish Family History blog

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