3 thoughts on “When do we stop saying…

  1. My general rule is I will say Happy New Year throughout January to any friend or fairly close acquaintance whom I have not seen since the first of the year. For more casual encounters, for example a retail exchange, I will say Happy New Year only for a few days after January first, unless, of course if the greeting is offered to me, I will certainly return the words of goodwill. But then there are Asian and Jewish New Years. I don’t know exactly when they occur.

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  2. Don’t know but heard this one too! “Comparison is the thief of joy” – Theodore Roosevelt

    Borrowed phrase of course walk with the wind and of course waves! 🙂 Dave & Kim:-)

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