Happy New Years, everyone!! I want to thank everyone who’s been apart of my blog this last year and encouraged me by reading, liking and commenting on the posts! It really means a lot to me, and encourages me to blog more! You all are great, and I like chatting with you all!
I pray that 2022 will be a wonderful year for everyone! Do you have any New Years Resolutions? Let me know in the comments below! One of my last posts detailed out my New Years Resolution, which is to read one book a month in 2022! You can check it out here!
Do you all have any requests for anything you’d like me to blog about? Writing tips, book reviews, short stories, or anything else? Please let me know in the comments! I’d like to start blogging more too in 2022, maybe once a week, so some ideas would be great!
So without further ado, here is our New Years Holiday fact!
Did you know that in the majority of the medieval times, January 1st was NOT New Years? The medieval New Year could be anywhere from December 25th to March 5th. The most widely accepted date for the medieval New Years, was March 25th, which is the Feast of Annunciation.
Do you have any New Years facts? Let me know in the comments below!
May you all have a Happy New Year filled with blessings and joy! God Bless! ~ Kay Leigh
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