It was the start of a new year, and I was so excited for what was to come. I was the rabbit, and it was my year! As I prepared for the festivities ahead, I couldn’t help but feel a sense of luck and prosperity.
I was surrounded by family and friends as we decorated the house with festive decorations and lit joss sticks to honour the gods and goddesses. Everywhere I looked, I saw the colour red, signifying good luck and fortune. We feasted together on traditional Chinese dishes such as dumplings, noodles, fish, and spring rolls.
As the night came to a close, we set off fireworks, thanking the gods and goddesses for their blessings. I felt a wave of gratitude and appreciation wash over me, knowing that the gods and goddesses were looking out for me and my family.
As I watched the fireworks sparkle in the night sky, I was filled with hope and optimism for the future. I had faith that the year of the rabbit would bring us luck and prosperity, and I was ready to welcome it with open paws.
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