Articles tagged with traditions
In America we celebrate Thanksgiving. The cornucopia is a part of our American traditions. A cornucopia, also called “horn of plenty”, for those who may not know, is a symbol of a harvest – usually pictured as goat's horn overflowing with
In the #USA , Memorial Day is celebrated each year on the last Monday in May. The #traditions for this day of recognition for fallen soldiers dates back to this country's Civil War. Organized women's groups took it upon themselves to to decorate the graves
According to Jewish tradition, a child has to be named after someone in the family; or at the least, their names should begin with the same first letter. That's what one of my Jewish friends told me. When she said that it immediately struck me that the sto
Does Your Mum Send You a Valentine's Card?
Back in the 1970's we moved to Newbury Park, California from Culver City. It just so happens we lived within walking distance of Mugu State Park, and one year we decided to invite some of my single friends from work in Westwood to spend the night after hav
Simple Pancit Bihon Recipe Filipino have already embraced the Chinese cultures and traditions being in the Philippines as merchants even before the Spanish colonization for three centuries. According to Chinese tradition, noodles symboliz