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Viv Halliwell

And to you and Im a goat !!! Love your charms I think I'm off to buy some pussy willow.

Gerda Pretorius

I have just read an article that states that the goat/sheep is the least popular of all the Chinese zodiac signs and that many Chinese will not marry a goat person! Apparently there is quite a drop in the birth rate for those years. Alas, I'm a goat.Looking at my profile I agree with everything, except that being "very delicate" is not always charming or admirable haha.

Gerda Pretorius

A very happy Chinese New Year to you too! The charms on your tree are lovely.I especially like the little goat!

bobbie

I love the new header!!

Happy New Year!

Dotti

I love pussy willows! We don't find them around here, not sure why. And those ornaments are beautiful!

Carol aka Traveller

love, love your tree! In Myanmar they use branches of loquat trees to decorate their homes for the Chinese New Year

Donna

Cathy, I LOVE your new blog design. I've just been reading the latest issue of Uppercase magazine, all about textiles, and thought of you and your many beautiful fabrics collected on your travels. As always, you bring me along on your travels - sharing the people and their culture. Happy Chinese New Year! Thank you for sharing the photo of your gorgeous pussy willow tree - fully decorated - and for the details behind the story. Your still life photo for Year of Goat looks as perfect as a picture postcard!

pat

Your New Year decorations are delightful - enjoy your holiday!

Kathy

I am a goat, although I hope I don't have ALL of those traits - LOL!

Robin aka gotham girl

So enjoyed this! Learned so much! Thanks for sharing all of your knowledge. I attended the Chinese New Year celebration in Chinatown in Manhattan one year and LOVED it!

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