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MĂRȚIȘOR: Romania’s Gift to the Spring

Happy Mărţişor!

Romanian people have a unique way of celebrating the spring. Martisor is the name given to an ancient spring holiday in Romania which is held on the first day of March.



I went to Senegal for the 2014 New Years Eve so I wanted to do a post about their dance. I thought I was really good while I was dancing. 181 more words


A Whole Lotta Love

*A* and I are spending a quiet day at home today, which suits us just fine. It’s frigid outside, super windy, we’re both recovering from rather nasty colds, and as I’ve spent much of the week being a bachelor (*A*’s been at a counseling conference for the past several days, like she did… 1,026 more words


Gift giving in China ~

Chinese New Year is just around the corner and some have already started the most important holiday of the year. This is the time of the year, when almost every Chinese travels back to their hometown, to see their family and hometown friends. 793 more words


Couldn't resist but to click away...

I was zapping away and there it was ” My Big Fat Greek Wedding”, the perfect “pink” movie to watch after a day at work! Lol… 44 more words


The Great Australian Salute - January 26

Australian culture is largely Anglo-Saxon with a mix of indigenous, and immigrant cultures which are contributing so much positivity to the landscape or our country. We are without doubt, a multi-cultural society. 513 more words

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