Happy New Year 2012

The song, sickness “Auld Lang Syne,” is traditionally sung at the stroke of midnight in almost every English-speaking country in the world to bring in the new year. The custom of singing this song on New Years Eve goes back to the British Isles from the 18th century when guests ended a party standing in a circle and singing this song. This custom first started in Scotland, because the lyrics were written in 1788 by Robert Burns, their favorite folk poet of the time. But most musicologists feel that Auld Lang Syne came from a traditional Scottish folk melody. The entire song’s message merely means to just forget about the past and look ahead to the new year with hope.
Wishing each and every one of you a healthy, happy and prosperous new 2012.

Warmly,

Carole

5 Responses to “Happy New Year 2012”

  1. Jenn @ Rabbit Hill Says:

    Happy New Year wishes to you Carole!

  2. Barb Says:

    Hi Carole,
    May all of the good things from 2011 continue in 2012 and may all of the bad things be only a memory. Look forward to following you in 2012.
    Blessings to ya,
    Barb

  3. Jenny Says:

    HAPPY HAPPY NEW YEAR!

  4. carolemurals Says:

    Thank you, Jenny. The same to you!

  5. Bill and Judy Says:

    Carole,
    We hope you and yours have a grand and glorious New Year!
    Bill and Judy

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