Happy Boxing Day

>> Saturday, December 26, 2009




To all of our friends in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Germany, Greenland, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Nigeria and some other countries of the Commonwealth of Nations we would like to wish you a Happy Boxing Day, also known as St. Stephens Day. We wish you all the best and Happy Shopping !!!
In case your from the US or another country that does not celebrate Boxing Day it is traditionally the day that the upper social classes gave to the service and tradesmen classes. It is a very old holiday and is deeply rooted as such. These days it has become much like the United States "Black Friday" and become a huge shopping day.

If you would like a more detailed description you can get it at Wikipedia by Clicking Here

If you need some gardening, solar, or wind supplies you are welcome to visit the "Mercantile" in our top Navigation Bar.

Enjoy the rest of your Holidays, leave a comment, and come back often!
Peace and Prosperity to You,,Happy Homesteading,,
Rich @ NY Homesteader




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3 comments:

Ray Lovegrove December 26, 2009 at 9:08 AM  

Thanks for a great blog. We could sure use some homesteading experience on our new not-for profit website 'The Self-sufficient Vegetarian' at: http://tssveg.ning.com If you think you could add some expertise to those who are starting out on the self-sufficient road, then please pay us a visit.

NY Homesteader December 27, 2009 at 2:10 AM  

Hi Ray,
Thank You, and I will absolutely pay a visit, and if I can chime in with some friendly advice that can help someone on a self sufficient life style I will.
Thanks Again for the kind words.
Peace and Prosperity,
Rich @ NY Homesteader

Nell Jean December 31, 2009 at 1:47 PM  

I noticed that you recently joined Blotanical. I urge you to read the FAQs under the Help tab there. You'll find messages of welcome on Your Plot at Blotanical from other members. Happy New Year.

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