Happy New Year! May all your dreams come true...(Click on the image)

WELCOME 2010!!! ( How do yo say?: Twenty-ten?, two thousand and ten?, two-o-one-o?)

Coming off of “two thousand nine,” you’ll probably say “two thousand ten.” In fact, 4 out of 5 YouTube videos  have people pronouncing it that way. 

But you would be wrong, so wrong, according to the National Association of Good Grammar.

“NAGG has decided to step in and decree that (2010) should officially be pronounced ‘twenty ten,’ and all subsequent years should be pronounced as ‘twenty eleven,’ ‘twenty twelve,’ etc.,” proclaims the association’s news release.
 Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2010/01/01/MN621BB41U.DTL

Have a look at the following video to see how the New Year is celebrated around the world:

And now the fireworks display celebrating 2010, from the heart of London:  Big Ben, the London Eye, Somerset House and Embankment.


2009 is coming to an end and it is time to have a look back at the photograps of the year.
You have to scroll down and simply enjoy  photo by photo


Bubble Joy is a way of sending short (60 seconds) fun video messages to people:

They have a selection of message cards and you just record your video message to go in the middle using a webcam and microphone. It is very quick and easy to do and it is fun...!


A British tradition on Christmas afternoon is the Queen's Christmas Message. At three o'clock in the afternoon, the Queen gives her Christmas Message to the nation which is broadcast on radio and television.
The first televised broadcast of the Queen's Christmas message was in 1957, but it is a tradition begun on the radio in 1932 by George V.
In 2007, The Queen launched her own channel on  YouTube:


Hi children! Let´s sing Jingle Bells (the carol we have been practicing these days):

And this is the easiest version I have found:

 And this is my favourite:

I hope you like them, children!


This house in Frisco, Texas – home of one of the original and largest residential computerized Christmas light displays in North Texas.
Our 2009 Christmas display consists of roughly 75,000 lights which are computer controlled and synchronized to music.  The lights are synchronized to several songs which are broadcast to passing vehicles over a low-power FM transmitter (99.9 FM).


 Click on the boxes to open your presents:

I wish you all a Happy Christmas!

Sometimes it’s hard to come up with the just the right phrase for your Christmas cards and letters. If you need some help getting started, here’s a list of Christmas card greetings you can use for your greeting cards or annual holiday letters.

May your Christmas be as peaceful as new fallen snow.
May the joy and peace of the holiday season be with you now and throughout the new year.
The gift of love. The gift of peace. The gift of happiness. May all these be yours at Christmas.
May peace be your gift at Christmas and your blessing all year.
May peace, love and prosperity follow you at Christmas and always.
May the holiday season bring much happiness and joy to you and your loved ones.