Happy Year of the Horse

Year of the horse brings in its unique blessings of the catchphrase 馬上.有 (having it immediately, easy to see horse was the fastest mode of transportation in the old days).   The traditional red paper cutting for window dressing has always placed auspicious characters: 福/财  on horses, now we have weiboers placing the object of desire or its wordplay on the horseback in hope of having it immediately.   haha I giggled at a pair of elephants on a horsey hoping for 對象/significant other.  It just so happens my Loverboy’s surname 袁 sounds the same as fate/destiny 緣 as in 馬上有袁/馬上有緣. Putting him on a horsey is well wishing y’all to meet the one in your destiny immediately, may it be romance, friendship or…hotties for fangirling~! XDDD

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Happy Chinese New Year!!!


It is pictographs of: Dragon, Horse, Sperms and Jesus/God.  haha combined it's an idiom/new year well wishes for great health and lively spirit.

Auspicious wishes Y'all!!  It's lovely to know you, share bits of life, thanks from the bottom of my heart for keeping me company here ^^.  I have a little bug clinging to me still today,  but some very comforting homemade dumplings are lovely comfort food for my soul. Am sharing!!!! ^^

nomnomnom-ing while watching A Bear named Winnie. A TV movie with Fassbender, Suchet/Poirot, Steven Fry and the obviously insanely cute little black bear Winnie.  Story is inspired by the orphaned bear fr Winniepeg circa WW1, it bonded with soldiers en route to war front, later resided in London Zoo, and it's the inspiration for Alan Alexander Milnes's Winnie the Pooh.   It's a perfect, fuzzy little children's movie to watch with children this cold rainy night.  Bear for the toddlers, the perfect dose of Fassbender with a babybear!awwwwwwwww~ when I'm intoxicated under his spell.  We can never have too many animal movies starring very hot dudes.