Thursday, August 14, 2008

Melli's Dragon Hunt Challenge - Day 5

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These paper dragons were very inexpensive compared to the dragons I've posted before. I thought they were beautifully decorative and when I have a party next I may just buy them to hang from my ceilings.

Go visit Melli to find others who are participating in this Dragon Hunt.


I quit therapy because my analyst was trying to help me behind my back.

- Richard Lewis
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20 comments:

Carletta said...

Wow, you have been finding the most interesting dragons!
I want to come to the party when you have it. :)

Gattina said...

How do you manage to find all these dragons ? I came back yesterday evening but haven't seen a dragon so far, lol !

Suzie said...

Wow those are great!

ellen b said...

Now that would be fun hanging from the ceiling for a party! Great hunting Mary!!

Carver said...

Those paper dragons are great. They are so cheerful looking.

Ivanhoe said...

There are lots of dragons out there. I'd never know. How smart of Millie to start this hunt!
Love your dragon signature, teach :o)

Dragonstar said...

I've been looking back through your blog. You've found some lovely dragons. This one is great - so bright and colourful.

eastcoastlife said...

In Singapore, you can buy paper dragons and paintings and anything with dragons on it any time. Any one wants to buy? hehe....

eastcoastlife said...

To Mary,
Thank you for reminding me how fortunate I am. I'm no millionaire but I could afford a helper to do my household chores and look after my kids.

In Asia, we still have the feudal system from long time ago, the master and the servant. :P

It will take time to change, if the governments of those underdeveloped countries pull up their socks and revive their economies, giving their people jobs and a better life.

Many helpers have to leave their families behind to work overseas, they have no choice. With little or no education and no jobs in their countries, they could only grit their teeth and travel far away to make a living. They want to get out of the poverty cycle too.

Singaporeans are blessed and despite the high wages and taxes we have to pay for a helper, we can enjoy our family life and excel in our careers... thanks to the overseas workers.

Digital Polaroids said...

I don't know why, but for me, it's VERY difficult to hunt dragons!
Excellent shots!

juliana said...

what a wonderful dragon!
you find most amazing things!

The Urban Buddha said...

Ah yes.. foo dogs I know. Googled them good when I was looking for material for my tattoo ages ago. And you are quite right, they are foo dogs and not dragons. :)

quilly said...

I went looking for one of these in our local party store because if there is a party store in the U.S.A. that just might have them it would be a party store in Hawaii, yes? NOT! There doesn't appear to be a dragon on the leeward side of this Island from Kunia west!

Baba's Blog .. Babies Are Special said...

Wow... I love this paper dragon...where do you find them??I need to go on a hunt... Baba

JunieRose2005 said...

Very impressive dragons!!

I don't see any in my life so I guess I'll not get into this photo hunt!



Junie

Raven said...

What cool dragons. You are a good dragon hunter.

Melli said...

Awwwwwww man! Where'd you FIND those! They are GREAT! I would have 'em for a party too! They really liven the place up!

Dr.John said...

The second Chinese wingless dragon I have seen today and I thought they were rare.

Geraldine said...

I love dragons! Yours is tops Mary...well done.

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Alice - I Was Born2Cree8 said...

WOW, Mary these are awesome!! Would have been great for Ruby Tuesday too, haha. I can see why you'd want to buy these to hang at a party, they are gorgeous.