Thursday, December 31, 2009

The Last Post of 2009

Less than 7 hours to go.
Goodbye 2009 and Hello 2010
A Huge thank you and a Happy New Year to all readers.
New year, new hope, new resolutions, new goals, new dreams, new to do (ok! some old to do :D), new projects, new wishes, new....oh...this is an endless list. Better not list them all because I have a feeling they will be old/new in 2011.
2009 generally was a good year for me and I hope 2010 would be a much much much much better one.
So, here's saying goodbye to 2009 and welcoming 2010 with my wide open arms and a wire wrapped Seahorse!
The letter "S" at the center is not for "Seahorse", it's the initial of the new owner :)
Multi gemstones wire wrapped seahorse
 Multi gemstones wire wrapped seahorse
According to Wikipedia, the seahorse has long been a sign of eternal friendship in Hawaiian culture. Somewhere else mentioned it represents confidence and grace. Here's a detail post by Avia on the symbolic meanings of seahorse. This is interesting and new to me "A unique aspect of the seahorse is that the male is impregnated by the female and carries the offspring to term". If only human can do that...LOL.
I hope to have all the Seahorse's symbolic meanings in year 2010. 
Enjoy and Have a Very Happy New Year 2010.


  1. this carrying business would be a good idea, especially that I'm due on June, 2 :o))))))

    The seahorse is beautiful and may 2010 be the most incredible one for you and your beloved ones!

  2. The seahorse is gorgeous what woman wouldn't love to switch places with their husband/partner and let the male carry the child??? :0)

    All the best to you and yours Mei...Happy New Year!


  3. Thank you Paronna, Heather.
    Its the 48minutes of 2010 here.
    Yours should be soon.
    Happy New Year and best wishes :)

  4. i love those sea horses..very unique!

  5. My list tended to be endless, too, so I decided to narrow it down to one goal: learn a lot of new things and crafting techniques.
    And the seahorse is stunning!


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