Giddy up!! If you haven’t noticed, it’s the year of the Horse and I have officially over ate. I don’t think I’ll feel hungry again for a long long time and I truly can’t complain about it.
It started with the annual reunion dinner and the ubiquitous steamboat. With my Mummy in town, I had every craving met with all the traditional dishes my Grandma use to make but vegetarian!! How lucky am I? All I can say is that the year of the Horse is looking good for me 🙂 It’s off to a bountiful start.
Depending on the sources you refer to, this year being the Wood Horse is suppose to good for the Wood Rabbits, which is what I am except for their health. We’ll see how healthy I am when I usher in the year of the Goat next year. Meanwhile, I’ll take all these advice with a pinch of salt, like I do every year. That’s because I’ve learnt, every year will have it’s ups and it’s own downs, typically a fair share of both and it’s things we can’t control. What I can control is how I react and deal with them. For now, let’s see how much control I have over the remaining traditional Chinese New Year yums that’s still in my house.