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Happy Cheers With Families And Friends

On special occasions, food and wine go side-by-side.  Be it with family members, friends or corporate members, merry shouts and cheers are commonly heard during the whole dinner meal.  I had my fair share of wishing and happy cheers for the past couple of months and I am so grateful for the friendship that bestows upon me....
  
Cheering and wishing one another...

Being a Chinese, it is a common sight where my family gather around the table for a reunion gathering.  This does not happen often because my siblings are living apart from one another.  We have our own families now that we are getting older and our kids are grown.  Regardless of that, we make it a point to have a family reunion at least once a year to gather for a nice wonderful dinner together.
 
One of the happy occasions I had with my siblings in Sacramento...

Besides with my family this year, I had a great time ushering in the new year with a new group of friends whom I have just got to know a couple of months back.
 There were music and songs during the festive night...
Some were in the mood to "twist" and "shout" too...
It was indeed a very memorable night for me...
I never had so much fun joining in the singing and dancing!
I love to indulge in a sipping white wine once awhile... 
From my point of view, it really rejuvenates my body system...
Especially when the weather is freezing cold!
Lastly and not least... 
I wish you all Good Health and Happiness...
Peace on earth too!

*Alright, I know it is not a Christmas or New Year but something reminded me that greetings are never too much for one another... *

Comments

  1. May you have blessings everyday! :)

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  2. oh, i love this post because i can see many happy faces there.. drinks and songs and dance!! wow, you guys must be really having lots of fun there.. ada umph!!! :p

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  3. Wah food and wine timm.. Frankly I dont know how to drink til now.. Maybe some beer, and shandy, hehe, but dunno how to yanseong wine.. You really cool and hip leh, yat yat tarn sai kai..

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  4. Cheers to you too! Wishing you joy, peace, love and good health all the days of your life.

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  5. hahaha...didn't see my mom and dad's pics leh...

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  6. Oh Claire, I believe any gathering would be fun with YOU there! I know you would be such fun! Maybe one day we could meet and I can introduce you to all our food! It looks like you make friends wherever you go, and people love being around you. It is always a MUST to get together with family, too!

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  7. A family that eats together stays together, and the same with friends. Helps strengthen bonds.

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  8. Cheers & blessings to you & everyone. A toast of good health & happiness to get together.

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  9. It is good to have friends to share happy moments and to support each other in the not so good times. You are indeed blessed!

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  10. It's great to gather and have fun eating and drinking wine..

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  11. Thank you! I wish you and your family all Good Health and Happiness too!

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  12. I always looked at good friends like good wines!

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