Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Feliz Cumpleaños

Yes, I just realized that my blog had it's 1st birthday! My first post was on March 30, 2010. In the last year I have had 17 posts ... I guess that is more than one a month although I think there was a whole bunch of posts right after our Disneyland/Temple trip because I definitely didn't post every month. I am going to try a little harder to post more often. I will try for once a week but if life gets busy who knows? My title this time comes from one of my favorite Primary songs ... “Feliz Cumpleaños,” Children’s Songbook of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 282 Merrily 1. “Feliz Cumpleaños,” (fay-lees coom-play-ahn-yos) That’s how they say it in Spain.“Fröhlicher Geburtstag,” (frer-li-sher guh-burts-tahk) In German it means the same.“Gratulerer med dagen,” (grah-too-lay-rare med dog-en) Norwegians say it too. But any way you say it,It means “Happy Birthday to you!” 2. They say in Samoa,“Manuia lou aso fanau.” (mah-noo-ee-yah low ah-so fah-now) “Tanjobi omedeto,” (tahn-joe-bee oh-meh-deh-toe) The Japanese say, and bow.“Saengilul ch’ukhahamnida,” (sang-ill-ool chewk-ha-hahm-nee-dah) Koreans say it too. Words and music: Maurine Benson Ozment, b. 1932. © 1969, 1989 IRI

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