Or how about this one:
We like to do it a bit differently here on Qui Locutus - and have been doing so for years now. Here's one of our slogan/meme pics:
That being said - let's not get offended over "Happy Holidays!" Afterall, "holiday" really means "holy day" and while it may have been watered down so much in recent years to just mean "a day off" - originally, on Holy Days you WERE given the day off! Why? So you could go to Mass! So, when someone wishes you a "Happy Holiday" or "Happy Holidays" (Christmas, afterall, just STARTS on Christmas Day and runs through at least Epiphany or in some traditions through Candlemas, February 2nd) you should THANK them for respecting that you do celebrate the Holy Days of Christmas... and those of Epiphany and even Candlemas! And let's not forget Advent! The weeks BEFORE Christmas are the Advent Season, and they too are Holy Days! It is actually MORE appropriate to wish someone "Happy Holidays" during Advent instead of "Merry Christmas," because Christmas has not even begun yet! You could even put a different spin on it and pronounce it, "Happy Holy Days!"
|Keeping Mass in Christmas keeps Christ in Christmas|