Here are 10 Greek Traditions and Superstitions For New Babies: Note: This is not a list of instructions. I do not suggest that you follow these “rules” with your own baby. However you might hear these statement from people in your family when you have a baby of your own. Or maybe old Greek ladies (who you have never met before) will… View Post
Today Is A Bitter Sweet Day Today is my birthday. It is also the one year anniversary of my papou’s passing. My papou was a good man. He didn’t want anybody to worry about him or fuss after him, especially once he was gone. I think that’s why he wanted to be cremated.
The Feast Day of The Holy Cross is celebrated on 14th September every year. It is called Elevation of the Holy Cross – Ὕψωσις τοῦ Τιμίου καὶ Ζωοποιοῦ Σταυρο. It is also the name day for Stavroula and Stavros which are names that come from Stavros, the Greek word for Cross. Stavros is the word that is used to describe the… View Post
Paulina & Costa were married on 25 October 2014 at St Stylianos Greek Orthodox Church and at St Finbar’s Catholic Church. Paulina and I have been online friends for a while now. We started chatting about wedding plans back in 2012 when she was newly engaged. Paulina is Chilean and her partner Costas is Greek and they celebrated traditions from both cultures on their wedding day.