This is an old photo someone shared on social media awhile ago.
Sunday, February 28, 2021
Sunday, February 21, 2021
Red (roses) for good luck and *Caishen (white pompom chrysanthemum) for prosperity.
|Me and a mascot of The God Of Prosperity (2018)|
Sunday, February 14, 2021
Whew! Finally, that dastardly rat (sorry, rat pallies!) is gone and the earnest ox now rules the new year as the 2nd animal on the 12-year cycle Chinese zodiac calendar.
In case you are wondering what I'm rambling about, you can read about the 12 animals here. I've also explained why the cat doesn't have a spot in the calendar.
According to feng shui masters, the Year Of The Ox is generally a better year for all.
In the past, I would say "bull!" to all this but I am desperate! I want to believe that 2021 is going to be a brighter year for everyone.
It has to be.
The pandemic has dragged on too long — too many lives and livelihoods have been destroyed and we are all fatigued.
I want to travel again ...
Attend Sunday Mass ...
Attend my son's graduation ceremony which has been postponed indefinitely ...
Have a big family get together ...
Watch a movie in the cinema ...
Binge on an all-you-can-eat buffet in a fancy restaurant ...
I just want to push the play button of life that covid-19 has paused.
And oh, if you have had a bad start to 2021, here's your chance for a do-over — a fresh start.
Have an ox-picious 2021, pallies!
Sunday, February 7, 2021
|Image credit - https://www.instagram.com/reggietoons/?hl=en|
Haha! This cartoon of the Chinese *Three Wise Men practicing social distancing and wearing masks puts a smile on my face.
|Fu, Lu, Shou|