Feb 08th from Boris of Ostfriesland, Germany
“Moin!” is how people is Ostfriesland say good morning or good evening or any other greetings. It is pronounced like “coin” but with a “m” in the beginning. Moin!
Jan 9th from HaeJin of South Korea
Feb 10 from my friend Q. She wrote to tell me a happy news that she got her lawyer license! Very happy for her! I hope I can tell her my own happy news soon.
study study study
Feb 6th from Natasha of Auckland
Natasha said it was summer there in New Zealand and it was very hot. She was looking forward to Autumn and cooler weather.
The stamp is Mount Taranaki.
Feb 2 from Marja
Terveiset suomesta– Greetings from Finland!
Marja told me it was -3*C there and it was snowing. Look at the cute stamp! I love Finland, they always have the cutest stamps.
Feb 2 from Anja
Anja taught me some German words.
The snow is “Schnee”, the snowman is “Schneemann” and kids love “Schlilten fahren” which is toboggan.
Happy Chinese New Year guys! I now happy announce that so far I haven’t gained a pound during the annual eating marathon.