At last the Armenian Christmas has finally arrived! Hopefully the Christmas spirit hasn’t gone already…
Have a great holiday everyone and tell your Armenian friends Shnorhavor Sourp Dzounount!
Poor little girl
HAHAHA exactly we all get our gifts and on the 6th we just drink eat and drink and ” kef ” gnenk
Merry Christmas to you
Merry Armenian Christmas! We keep our Christmas decor up as a nod to my husband’s suspected Armenian roots
LOL Sareeen, Wonderful post !!
Merry Christmas ))
You nailed it, I didn’t get anything yesterday too!!
On the other hand, we get/give our gifts on new yr eve and although all the “good” gifts would have been long gone on the 25th, but I like that the “Armenian Christmas” is not, that much, related to material stuff (ie giving n getting gifts) & we can enjoy some of the Christmas spirit!
You give your gifts on new years too? Hehe I used to think it was only our family but I found a lot of Armenians do that!
Merry Christmas Sareeen!!!!!
even generosity has limits
Shenorhavor sourp dzenount !
like the illustrations.. cheerz!
OMG, i’m in stitches!
absolutely think ur a genious
sorry for the late comments, was overseas and offline. 7 more unread posts yay…
Merry ARMENIAN Christmas! I loved your post and it is posted on my facebook page!
Enjoy it )
Thank you so much for posting it!
I’m super late, tú it’s true! We give New Years gifts and give out candy for Armenian Christmas because all the good gifts have been given!
I’m super lait’s true! We give New Years gifts and give out candy for Armenian Christmas because all the good gifts have been given!
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