126 Denison, A Happy Holiday, 47–8. She was more impressed by the exterior of Prague's 'Home for poor ladies,' founded by Maria Theresa for women of 'good birth' who had fallen on hard times (ibid., 104). 127 Ibid., 207–9.
Author: Cecilia Louise Morgan
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
One of the most revealing things about national character is the way that citizens react to and report on their travels abroad. Oftentimes a tourist's experience with a foreign place says as much about their country of origin as it does about their destination. A Happy Holiday examines the travels of English-speaking Canadian men and women to Britain and Europe during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It describes the experiences of tourists, detailing where they went and their reactions to tourist sites, and draws attention to the centrality of culture and the sensory dimensions of overseas tourism. Among the specific topics explored are travellers' class relationships with people in the tourism industry, impressions of historic landscapes in Britain and Europe, descriptions of imperial spectacles and cultural sights, the use of public spaces, and encounters with fellow tourists and how such encounters either solidified or unsettled national subjectivities. Cecilia Morgan draws our attention to the important ambiguities between empire and nation, and how this relationship was dealt with by tourists in foreign lands. Based on personal letters, diaries, newspapers, and periodicals from across Canada, A Happy Holiday argues that overseas tourism offered people the chance to explore questions of identity during this period, a time in which issues such as gender, nation, and empire were the subject of much public debate and discussion.
12 Happy Holiday Shayne, Jed Elinoff, and Scott Thomas. Executive producers: Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas. Directed by Sean Petrilak. Boulder Media, Walt Disney Television Animation, Titmouse, and Robin Red Breast. Rated TV-Y7.
Author: William D. Crump
Since the early 20th century, animated Christmas cartoons have brightened the holiday season around the world--first in theaters, then on television. From devotional portrayals of the Nativity to Santa battling villains and monsters, this encyclopedia catalogs more than 1,800 international Christmas-themed cartoons and others with year-end themes of Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and the New Year. Explore beloved television specials such as A Charlie Brown Christmas, theatrical shorts such as Santa's Workshop, holiday episodes from animated television series like American Dad! and The Simpsons, feature films like The Nutcracker Prince and obscure productions such as The Insects' Christmas, along with numerous adaptations and parodies of such classics as A Christmas Carol and Twas the Night before Christmas.
Prateek Surana. Chapter 1 Happy Holiday Begins! “If I speak in the tongues of men or of Happy Holiday Begins!
Author: Prateek Surana
Publisher: Partridge Publishing
Are we really living the life that we had intended to live or are we simply doing away with our social responsibilities? Do we have a life that defines our dreams or are our lives defined by the small moments of impact that leave ripple effects on our existence? Particularly for a woman of the modern era, can the average girl really go on and become who she wants to be and do what she wants to do! Or do the demands of society keep playing games with her?
Destroy the belief in good will and giving, wipe out part of life. ... Good feelings toward others are much harder to see in this world. Santa Clause was the spirit ... It is more important for us to have a Happy Holiday for this time.
Author: Ralph Henson
This short book on holidays gives some of the feelings and possible reactions to the "politically correct" sayings we hear now. It talks about how some holidays are overshadowed by the preparation of another. It gives some feelings about not being able to talk about, not even mentioning the reason for a holiday.Are you offended by somebody saying they are offended by the standard remarks or displays associated with a holiday? Perhaps you will find out you are not alone and it is time to reconsider your feelings and thoughts about being "politically correct.""Happy Holidays" tells us the real reasons we celebrate some of our holidays.
Happy Holiday (The Holiday Season) Written and Composed by Irving Berlin in 1942 Performed by Bing Crosby and Martha ... true Happy holiday Happy holiday May the calendar keep bringing Happy holidays to you It's the holiday season And ...
Author: Jennifer M Edwards
Publisher: Jennifer M Edwards
A collection of lyrics to more than 70 of your favourite Christmas songs. Bring family and friends together with a festive sing-along. This book provides the words to many of the most popular Christmas songs. From Bing Crosby with White Christmas to Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, and from traditional Carols to popular music there is something to suit all ages and tastes. This is the ideal companion to get everyone in the festive spirit and bring a little Christmas magic to the Holiday Season. Just some of the songs included: All I Want for Christmas is You, Away in A Manger, Deck the Halls, Frosty the Snowman, Hark the Herald Angels Sing, Here Comes Santa Claus, It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas, Jingle Bell Rock, Let It Snow, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Sleigh Ride, The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire), The First Noel, We Wish You A Merry Christmas, Winter Wonderland, and many more.
Thinking of you at this joyful time of the year. 5. Wishing you a happy holiday season! 6. May peace, love and joy be yours this holiday season and all year long! 7. Best wishes for the holiday season and a wonderful year ahead. 8.
Author: Madeleine Mayfair
Publisher: What Should I Write On This Card?
Do you freeze up every time a greeting card gets passed your way? Everybody else seems to know exactly what to write. Why does your mind goes blank? What do you do? Consult this book! It contains 101 unique sentiments you can write in holiday cards for friends, family, or co-workers. Included are general seasonal greetings as well as wishes for a happy Christmas, Chanukah, and Solstice! Kick your fear of “Blank Inside” cards to the curb. Or put your artistic skills to use and make your own! No need to worry about what you’ll write inside. You can conquer any congratulatory card with “What Should I Write? 101 Holiday Wishes for Greeting Cards.”
I wished all three of them all a very happy holiday season. I don't' think the original St. Nicholas would exclude anyone from receiving warm wishes. Especially during the holiday season. When I know I am visiting with a Jewish ...
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Best: Santa Claus Frolics: a one-of-a-kind retelling of hilarious performances by a very entertaining Santa. Schmalz has been a humorous professional Santa for eighteen holiday seasons. Best: Santa Claus Frolics recounts the many hysterical encounters he had with young and old alike. The result is an hysterical compilation of Santa encounters with children as well as adults. Great holiday reading with humor that will last through out the year. The only publication of its kind. An easily read, gratifying, sidesplitting book. As heartwarming as it is witty. Schmalz's literary style will bring you emotionally into each holiday encounter. The retelling of poignant visits with children will help you reconnect with your own warm childhood memories. Destined to become a holiday classic, Best: Santa Claus Frolics is a wonderful stocking stuffer. But funny enough to enjoy all year long.