söndag, januari 13, 2013

Twentieth Day Of Canute - Tjugondedag Knut

Tjugondedag Knut - JulgransPlundring!
Twentieth Day Of Canute - Christmas Tree Plundering!


 
Knut drives Christmas out ........" As Knut, who runs the Christmas we find nowadays his name January 13, before the 1600s, it was January 7. Another name on that very day, an old fantasy-grabbing names like "farängladagen", Christmas
Angels traveling in other words, back to heaven.
Tjugondedag Knut the Christmas danced out. Nowadays we throw out the Christmas tree, then, unless it has lost too many needles before then of course.....
 Christmas is driven very tangible out sometimes it was the house people sometimes was dressed youth, who walked around with brooms and pretended to wipe out what was left of the weekend.
Tjugondedag Knut became a feast day when the rest of Christmas dinner and all the Christmas beer would end. It was a mark that now it is normal everyday life again.
Christmas lazy days with lots and fatty food was over for this time.
There were many sayings about how you saw at celebrating of Christmas properly:
Eating out Christmas - Drinking from Christmas
- or - Dancing out Christmas - It's Knot, Now Christmas is out!
Canute marks the end of Christmas festival. But in the church year delay shimmer from the weekend left in the weeks after the thirteenth day.



A traditional song on these occasions are:






Astrid Anna Emilia Lindgren (née Ericsson) 14 November 1907 – 28 January 2002)
She was a wonderful Swedish author and screenwriter
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She is best known for the Pippi Longstocking, Karlsson-on-the-Roof and the Six Bullerby Children book series.




Pippi Longstocking and her Christmas tree plundering.
 
 





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