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The tree came down today to make way for a jigsaw puzzle; we’ve switched from Christmas music to jazz; the goodies are being replaced with yummy vegetable soup and whole wheat bread.  

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      Marya1961 wrote Dec 31, 2012
    • I read your blog, how exciting it sounds living in Hong Kong.
      I do understand how you feel, though, missing your extended family.  Wishing you well in 2013.happy

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      Popcorngal wrote Dec 31, 2012
    • Thanks, Marya.  I love my life.  This is home now, but I do miss people alright!  Where do you live?  Far away from family?

      Many blessings for your 2013!


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      Linda L wrote Jan 1, 2013
    • I enjoyed reading your blog. Thank you for sharing your life and family in Hong Kong. I was born and raised in Okinawa, Japan, but have lived here in Seattle for many years so I consider it my hometown now. Dad and Mom have been living here for awhile now, but prior to that I did miss them and my place of birth.

      We‘re going to take down our tree this week. I always leave the Christmas decor until after the new year. But I know what you mean it’s time to move on. Best wishes to you and your family in 2013! estatic


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      Popcorngal wrote Jan 4, 2013
    • Do your parents live on their own or with you?  I’m sure, over time, you have become adjusted to the States, but Japan is indeed different in so many ways, isn’t it?  Then again, Okinawa is so different from the rest of Japan from what I can gather.  I’ve been to Japan, but never to Okinawa.  Would love to go!

      Have fun moving on!


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