Sunday, January 29, 2006

Kung Hei Fat Choi!

Since I was kinda worn out from all that secret traveling and didn't feel like being in a parade this year, Mom did something fun, just for me. She gave me some LUCKY NIP to celebrate the Chinese New Year!


This is exciting! Posted by Picasa


I just need to get the
lucky envelope open.
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Almost... Posted by Picasa


Closer... Posted by Picasa


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Year of the Dog–pfft! There's no such thing as dognip, now, is there?

9 comments:

  1. Momma say's Gong Xi Fa Cai! but I have no idea what she's sayin. I didn't get a hongbao, when I asked her why, she said a'cause I'm not Chinese, but then I said, neither is William! No worries, I'm not too fussed about year of the dog, when is it the year of the cat?

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  2. your Mom does like red, doesn't she? it's good she does, tho, 'cause it's such a good combination with your black shiny fur! how did that crow work out for you?

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  3. This year of the dog thing ticks me off too. As if their heads weren't big enough already. Daisy won't let us forget.

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  4. Doesn't matter what year it is . . . dude - you scored extra nip!
    Buzzerbee & meep

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  5. William, it was great to meet you at the nap-a-thon. Your coat is so shiny, do you use anything on it? I must admit I have a little bit of a dandruff problem sometimes, maybe Head and Shoulders would be good?

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  6. Dog, schmog. It is always the year of the cat to us.

    I don't understand Chinese, neither does mum, excepted for food that she orders at the Chinese food place. The only thing she knows is gai=chicken.

    I agree, red is a good color.

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  7. Nope no dog nip that's probably why they had to name a year after them. Soes they wouldn't feel left out ~Merlin, Shadow, Ko Ko

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  8. Very cute...a kitty with conviction....even to the year of the dawg!

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Wowee meowee.