Happy Mew Year !

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Best wishes for 2019 ! We wish you good health first, because when health goes, everything goes, and then a lot of joy for this new year.

To start the year, we offer to one of you a calendar (24×22 cm / 9.4×8.6 in) presenting 12 beautiful landscapes of our beautiful Switzerland (deadline for entering : Sunday, 6 January). Good luck !
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36 thoughts on “Happy Mew Year !

  1. Zoolatry

    Pixie, what do you see? A fly on the wall … a spidey in his web? Aaah … you are seeing all the wonders and
    good things to come in the New Year! Yes, that’s what you see!

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  2. DA TABBIES O TROUT TOWNE

    a may bee knot sew much post ree lated commint

    stopping bye with a new yeerz toon
    wood sure bee nice if this waz joon
    coz oh everee thing we bee a wishin…
    weed bee ona boat N due in sum fishin

    happee new yeer frum de frozen tun dra ~ !!

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  3. Charles Huss

    I hope you all have a great 2019. I think your calendar will just make me wish I was there. We are planning a trip to Germany this fall (if all goes well). Perhaps we should spend a little time there too.

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  4. Pam

    My husband and I did indeed visit Switzerland in 1990 on our honeymoon! We had Eurrail passes for our adventure and went to Lucerne on the train from Venice, Italy. It was a long ride but our stay in Lucerne was wonderful…..being on a train through Switzerland is a wonderful experience because seeing the countryside while train touring is amazing…..it’s an incredibly beautiful country. A few years later we passed through Zurich. Of the two places we preferred Lucerne. Love the idea of having a special calendar full of photos of your beautiful country!

    Hugs, Pam (and Teddy too)

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  5. Cleopawtra (Becca Cook)

    Happy Mew Year to you also! Thanks for the giveaway. The pictures in the calendar must be beautiful.

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  6. Laura Beal

    I’ve been to Switzerland twice; first in 1970 with my mother, then in the mid 1980s as the guest of Swiss culinary (and fashion) meister Fred Feldpausch. I will never forget being presented with a dinner plate that had such a vast serving of risotto, it could have filled Lago Maggiore! Hence my walking to the summit of Madonna del Sasso to burn off the calories. What a joy seeing Basel and Zurich before spending the remaining time in the Ticino! I miss Sprungli and Teuscher shops, and the best yogurt sans rival!

    Tschüss!!

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  7. messymimi

    Hello and Happy New Year! On Lorianne’s blog, Four-Legged Furballs, you asked about the tradition of king cakes.

    Most of the US doesn’t really celebrate Epiphany and the ensuing Carnival season, but south Louisiana does. We have king cakes through Mardi Gras, right before Ash Wednesday. The cakes have a small plastic baby figure, representing the Christ Child, and whoever finds the baby is not only king for a day, he or she has to bring the next cake.

    The tradition is so much fun, i was very surprised when i was growing up to find out it is not celebrated around the whole USa.

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  8. ERin the cat

    Happy New year to you all, too. Mrs H and I were both wondering, Pixie, if you guys feature on the calendar, too?
    Toodle pips and healthy and happy New year purrs to you all
    ERin

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