Saturday, February 13, 2010

A Saturday in February

This morning, from nearly 700 miles away, my mom woke up, waited a few hours, then called to give me a wake up call at 10. My grandparents were celebrating Chinese New Year's at their house, and because it just wouldn't be right if we didn't celebrate new year's 3 times a year (in January, in February and then in April for Cambodian New Year's), Alan and I dragged ourselves out of bed and over to their house.

The hosts--grandma and grandpa
The spread-- all the goodies we ate

The married people: D&J

Afterward, Alan and I took advantage of the sun and went on a hike. And it so completely kicked our butts that we came home and haven't moved a muscle since.

There were all these really cool bridges everywhere.


And views, way up high.

9 comments:

Rachel said...

The bridges are so pretty!

Mary said...

Happy Chinese New Year Sobrina - wishing you health, happiness nad success!

Razzberry Corner said...

Happy New Year! Great views! Great bridge! I want to be able to wear shorts again soon! Its just way too cold & snowy here on the east coast!

Shaista (Lupus in Flight) said...

Gong Xi Fa Cai or since I simply stole that off the internet, Happy Year of the Tiger to you :)

the force of nature said...

why was i not invited? you better invite me to cambodian new years because i want some of that food in those pictures!!

2busy said...

Any reason to celebrate, right?

Little T said...

I am so jealous of your walk! I can't wait for sun and warm weather! Happy New Year (again)!

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Thai said...

the scenery from that first pic of alan looks almost dreamy. shots looking good, sob!

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