Merry Christmas!

Our tree!
Our tree!

Merry Christmas, dear readers! I hope you’re having a lovely holiday at home or at some fun destination. Thank you for sticking with Fluent Historian blog—I appreciate all the comments, emails (even if I am the worst ever at email conversations!), and interest in my writing.

Right now, I’m taking it easy at home while reading, working on some writing, and trying to finish an interesting translation (which will be published to this blog, of course!). Over the course of the week, I have some good posts planned, including some about New Year’s resolutions.

Also, this blog wouldn’t be Fluent Historian if I didn’t teach you how to say “Merry Christmas” in a foreign language. So here it is in Russian: С Рождеством! [S rozhdestvom!] You can also say С Рождеством Христовым [S rozhdestvom khristovym].

What are you doing for Christmas? Are you planning to make any resolutions for next year?