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Yule

These are the days of Yule, a very special time of the year for most of us, when the Light is reborn and back in our lives. So even if the Solstice is gone, I still want to wish you all to have some wonderful days ahead, whatever you celebrate, and a happy 2015! 
I'll be back... well, next year, so have some great holidays, and talk to you in 2015!

Questi sono i giorni di Yule, un momento dell'anno speciale per molti di noi, giorni in cui la Luce ritorna nelle nostre vite. Allora, anche se il Solstizio è passato, voglio augurarvi di passare dei bellissimi giorni, qualunque ricorrenza celebriate, e anche un felice anno nuovo!
Io tornerò a scrivere... beh, l'anno prossimo, quindi buone vacanze, ci sentiamo nel 2015!


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  1. Buone vacanze allora!!!
    Annamaria

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  2. See you next year .... Happy Cirstmas and very very Happy New Year !!!!!!

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  3. Merry Christmas !!!! Happy New Year !!!
    Big hug !
    Anna

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  4. Buone feste! E buon 2015 :)
    Un abbraccio

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  5. Buone vacanze ci rivediamo all'anno nuovo!!bacioni

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  6. Tantissimi auguri, ci sentiamo l'anno prossimo!
    Paola

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  7. Its been great to visit you here, reading all about your creativity and looking at your inspirational photos....wishing you a great festive season and all the best for 2015
    Ali x

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  8. Merry Christmas, hope you had a wonderful day.
    Meredith

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  9. Hi dear!! Hope you had a wonderful Yule :-). Many thanks for your sweet wishes, happy holidays and a fantastic 2015!! Hugs, Nata

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  10. Ciao Valentina ! Bune feste e buon inizio anche da parte mia !
    Maddalena

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  11. Anche se con un po' di ritardo .....Auguro a te e ai tuoi cari serenità, prosperità, felicità .... Buon 2015

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