How do you respond when greeted, during the Winter "holiday season" by a non-Jewish acquaintance with each of the following?
- Happy Chanuka (in proximity to Chanuka)
- Happy Chanuka (not in proximity to Chanuka)
- Enjoy your holiday.
- I hope your holiday is full of light. (I actually got this one yesterday.)
- Happy Holidays / Season's Grettings
- Happy New Year
- Merry Christmas
In that vein, when composing written correspondence this time of year to a non-Jewish acquaintance, such that a seasonal greeting might be expected, what such greeting (if any) do you insert?