Wishing you all a wonderful and prosperous Chinese New Year’s Day!
This is the Year of the Snake and this year’s animal is a water snake, specifically a female black water snake.
I’m not exactly sure what that means, but water always implies energy flowing outwards and money (hopefully) flowing towards you! Black is a sign of instability and changeability, so take caution this year and think carefully about your decisions before you make them.
The snake is also a good omen because it is a sign that your family will not starve this year. Very important.
So Gung hei fat choi, everyone! May today be a day full of good food and time with family and friends!
Not starving starts now 🙂
18 thoughts on “Happy Chinese New Year! Gung hei fat choi!”
Gung hei fat choi to you too! We are having dinner with the family tonight to celebrate.
Thank you, Genie! I hope that your dinner was as decadent as mine 🙂 Gung hei fat choi!
Gung hei fat choi! I am wearing red all month for luck. It is a very big deal here in San Francisco with the New Years Parade down Market to Grant Ave. and through Chinatown. We really have a party!
Gung hei fat choi to you too, Lanier! I’m sure that Chinese New Year’s in San Francisco is phenomenal! I hope one day to experience it on the West Coast 🙂 Here’s to the Year of the Snake!
Gung hei fat choi to you, too, Daisy!
Thank you, Michelle! I ate for you!
And it was hard work 🙂
Have to start looking at snake recipes for the coming year 🙂
Haha! Well, I may have to opt out of that one. I don’t think I could eat snake!
But eel is another story 😉 How’s that for food hypocrisy?
Happy Chinese New Year to all!
Whoo hoo! 🙂
Happy New Year! You’ve already been through the water. Wear red and celebrate!
Happy New Year to you too, Scroungelady! Both you and I have a brand new year to look forward to 🙂
Gung hei fat choi to you too Daisy! Intuition tells me this will be an auspicious year for you 🙂 !!
Thank you so much, Brie! Let’s hope so 🙂
Finally in a place where I can watch the video—it rocks! CNY was an absolute blast for me, hanging in NYC Chinatown with the crowds, fireworks and lion dancers before stuffing myself at Nom Wah. Snake it up, baby! Gung hei fat choi!
Thanks, Steve! Glad to hear that you had a great time in Chinatown as I rocked a Chinese New Year’s hangover 🙂 Let’s get that pork belly on this year and plan a visit to you two soon! Gung hei fat choi!
Happy Chinese New years!!!!
Thank you, Kay! Same to you!