Merry Christmas!

My all time favorite Christmas trees look a like is the Lao Phakhuane, made from fresh banana leaves, cut and folded into cone shape, and decorated with Lao money flowers, and strings of white rope to tie on wrists for blessing and good luck.

I want to wish you and your families a Merry Christmas, hope that Santa Claus is kind to you this year.

And a special wish from Lee, Peace!


    • Thanks Will, Merry Christmas to you and your family also, must be very strange to celebrate Christmas when the weather is like summer over there.

      • Nah not strange at all since I grew up here anyway.

        Though it does mean all those songs about White Christmases rather irrelevant.

        Traditional Australian Christmas means BBQ and all that sort of stuff 🙂

        • Will, I guess it’s what you get used to, it’d be kind of weird for me. I think BBQ sounds good, Lao people here have it all year round. 🙂

    • Hi San, thanks and a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year for you and your family. I hope that Santa was kind to you. 🙂

  1. Merry Christmas to you, Bo, Lee and Max!

    Lee is becoming the little artist here – that is a lovey bear. And the sweets look very yummy. 🙂

    • Hi Cambree, thanks. A Merry Christmas to you and your families, hopefully 2010 will be a prosperous year for all of us. I’m glad that Lee told me what the Chinese writing said, I was clueless when I took the picture. As for the sweets, the lady next door gave that to Lee, we’ve a herd of Hershey mice in our refrigerator. 🙂

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