Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Re-starting the new year

Happy New Rabbit Year -best celebrated together with your near and dear ones and a big, home cooked meal

This year hasn’t started that great for me. Although my trip to Australia was fantastic a lot of things happened when I came back, some I mentioned and some I didn’t, because it’s personal. Point to be made: I have been feeling rather sad, negative and down lately, and I think it’s been reflected in my blog posts.

Fortunately, Chinese New Year is coming up, and what better way to shake off a shaky start of the western new year? Well, simply by re-celebrating it again, although this time I’ll be celebrating the year of the rabbit, rather than the start of 2011 (It’s not often you get a chance to re-start the year, so this opportunity is simply too fine to be missed)

Unfortunately, I won’t be in China for the actual new year (going on a business trip), but it doesn’t matter. I will be celebrating from where I am and the main thing is: this will be a new, fresh start, and it is going to be a good one.

Happy New Rabbit Year!


Book Bird Dog said...

I agree that the Year of the Tiger has been rather a nasty one. Looking forward to a new year!

Jonna Wibelius said...

Book Bird Dog -actually, the tiger year was a great year for me, I had so much fun and did so many things.. It's just the first month of 2011 that has been a bit sticky. Hoping for a change now, and working on a change for myself too. Fingers crossed!

Anonymous said...

Best of the luck of the rabbit to us all.

Gisela Verdin said...

I started to read your blog just a month ago and I was hooked up with if...whenever I find a catchy blog I start from the 1st blog and so I did with yours and I'm finally reading about your current "life" in China... I am now an Official Jonna Fann lol
Hope this 2011 get better for you (and everyone who had a not so good start)... and I can't wait to read more new posts :)
(to bad I won't have that many posts to read in 1 day haha)

-Gisela V.

Unknown said...

Enjoy the Chinese New Year.