Saturday, 9 February 2013

Happy Seollal to my loved ones In South Korea

Seollal (February 9 - 11, 2013)
Lunar New Year’s Day (Seollal) is one of the most important traditional holidays of the year; the holiday is much more significant than January 1st. Most businesses are closed, and people take several days off from work to visit their hometowns to be with their family. On the day of Seollal, everyone gets up early, puts on their best clothes, and bows to their elders as a reaffirmation of family ties. Feasts are held with specially prepared food such as Ttokguk and Manduguk. People play traditional games, fly kites, 

or spin tops.

Happy Seollal Ahram Seo Ouellette and Justin Ouellette and Logan.

Happy Seollal to all my loved ones in South Korea

geung ho faat choi - congratulations and may you be prosperous; may your happiness be limitless. (happy lunar new year)

An amazing video to watch..............

Everyone keep safe out there with all the severe weather in different parts of the world.

Keep safe and warm and

thank you everyone for a mail box brimming and all kinds of glorious surprises for Valentine's day
and our upcoming 19th Anniversary February 12th

Much love to you all
Love Jeanne

Happy Saturday

Pink Rose~ ...a symbol of grace and elegance, the 

pink rose is often given as an expression of 

admiration....~Pink roses can also convey 

appreciation as well as joyfulness...often they impart 

a gentler meaning than their red counterparts~ ♥

Kindness is the special art of living with a loving heart♥

You have written your name across my heart with so much love♥♥


  1. Hi Jeanne,

    Lovely post and we just had a Chinese friend call us and wish us a happy new year.
    Hope you are enjoying the weekend


  2. Much love and many blessings to you sweet friend.
    Love Jeanne