2/4/19

New Year's Eve Fun!


 Did you know today is Chinese New Year's Eve??



Tomorrow the Year of the Earth Pig(or Boar) begins! The Earth Pigs are, by nature, honest, sincere, peace-loving and trustful. So I'm thinking the next year is going to be a good one!!


 The Chinese New Year is also called Spring Festival. Not necessarily because it is getting warmer outside, but because it happens around the same time as the Chinese solar term called "the Beginning of Spring"
You can click HERE to learn more about Chinese New Year.





What I want to know is...
Will there be more bacon during the Year of the Pig???

18 comments:

  1. Rosy, you always ask the most important questions.
    Happy Chinese New Year!

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  2. oh we hope this will be a year full of bacon and pulled pork... Happy chinese new year to all ;O)

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  3. Hari Om
    Oh yes, and I miss the celebrations that used to happen all around me in Sydney; I had several friends of Chinese and other Far Eastern origin who honoured this holiday. Gongwhe fat choi!!! (Cantonese - tomorrow at my place you will see the Mandarin version!) Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx (who is a 'pig'... but it is said that this will not be a good year for pigs themselves... am bracing myself!)

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  4. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh dearest Niece Rosy....your gawgeous photos have rendered Aunty speechless....
    Hugs Aunty HiC

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  5. The year of the pig? Hmmm...sounds odd to me, but I am interested to know about the bacon too!

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  6. those are the cutest pigs ever and I did not know about the Chinese new year, so one more thing learned from blogging.. there can never be to much bacon. if only I did not have to watch closely how much I eat of it..

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  7. We hope it means more bacon for all of us. You are so cute posing with your little piggies.

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  8. Will there be more bacon is always a good question, Rosie, but why are you asking that now? I don't see the connection? XOX Xena

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  9. Ohhhh, yes, I do hopes fur MORE bacon, yum, yum droooool
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  10. Don't mean to brag....but just state facts. Even though Sir Walter Wally our Ground hog saw his shadow...Mother Nature spring fairy dust over Raleigh this week. We have highs for mid 60's all week and possible 72 on Friday cooler on Saturday w/ rain but that is ok
    Hugs Cecilia

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  11. We think bacon would be a great breakfast for New Year's Day!

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  12. Oh gosh, that's right. I forgot about the Chinese New Year. Hope the year of the Pig is a good one, Rosy. 🐷

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  13. You are all set to celebrate the Year of the Pig, Rosy!!! You have some very cute companions there. Mom and Dad sent off some Happy Chinese New Year wishes to our human brother and sister-in-law as she is originally from Taiwan. Have fun with your brothers.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  14. Now that is a very good question Rosy. We hope there is more bacon
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  15. We have a pig that we love to play with so Pierre promises not to try to kill him during the Year of the Pig. We vote for more bacon too!

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  16. Oh, you look FABulous Rosy!!! I thinks you are all set for the New Years Parade! I hopes you guys have a most amazin' New Years!!!! And your piggies don't lose their stuffin'....hehehee
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  17. That's what everyone wants to know!! :)

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  18. Chaplin: "Rosy, I was wondering the same thing about the bacon for the Year of the Pig!"
    Charlee: "Of course you were."

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