Friday, September 18, 2009

Will Miss #45 - New Year's Trinkets

Every year, we visit the local shrine and pick up some little souvenir or another as a memento of the Chinese year's representative animal. Sometimes it's a little ceramic bell shaped like an animal. Sometimes it's one of the wooden plaques that New Year's wishes are written on. Occasionally, it's one of the good luck charms.

I'm going to miss this rare, small frivolous expenditure on a New Year's trinket.

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