Ushering in the Year of the Ox at Home

Just a few pictures to show you the small decor at home to celebrate the Year of the Ox.

KIONG HEE HUAT CHAI!   GONG XI FA CAI!   KUNG HEI FAT CHOY!

Our main door with the couplet on both sides to wish good luck for the people living inside

Our main door with the couplet on both sides to wish good luck, protection, peace and joy for its occupants

A fortune tree in the living room. Anything round is good for the New Year!

A fortune tree in the living room. Anything round is good for the New Year!

The year of the ox (wait, those are CARABAO!). Hahaha...

The year of the ox (wait, those are CARABAO!). Hahaha...

Our antique dragon lantern stand and a RED lantern always spruce up the living room

Our antique wooden dragon lantern stand and a RED lantern always spruce up the living room

Round fruits symbolize money

Round fruits symbolize money

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  1. While we are celebrating, being grateful for all they good things we have and basking in the warmth of our loved ones, let us do one more thing.

    Please pray for a lady, her 3 children, her husband and their parents. Remember to also pass the requests around to all your friends and through your blog.

    http://novice101.wordpress.com/2009/01/23/life-prayers-hope-recovery-happiness/

    Thank you and ‘Gong Xi Fatt Cai’!.

    The Ox year is upon us may this rushing bull be in a great hurry to rush all the good health, happiness, harmony, joy and warmth into your household.

    http://novice101.wordpress.com/2009/01/25/chinese-new-year-auspicious-and-propitious/

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