March the 1st and the tradition of mărţişor

I’m not used to sending this kind of messages, I find them childish. But today it‘s March the 1st and I make an exception. I send you a funny message for the first day of this spring. Besides, here, in UK, I don’t find any mărţişor and the only way of wishing you a beautiful and happy spring is this message. In UK the weather is not so good these days, it’s raining and the wind is blowing, it’s a perfect moment for things that characterizes me less, but makes me smile anytime I read them 🙂 I’ve found out on the internet a few interesting things about mărţişor. For example, it is an over 8000 years old Romanian tradition, the first things found were some amulets (red and white pebbles arranged alternatively in a string) worn at the neck. I read also “the legends of mărţişor. One day, the

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1 martie si martisorul

nu prea sunt eu cu mesajele astea, mi se par un pic copilaresti (sunt draguta ca-i 1 martie 🙂 ), dar azi pot sa fac o exceptie, mai ales ca mi s-au parut haioase. in afara de asta, aici nu gasesc martisoare si pana la urma asta este singurul mod de exprimare. aici ploua si bate vantul si este o vreme mizerabila, asa ca merita sa fac lucruri care ma caracterizeaza mai putin si sa zambesc de cate ori citesc dedicatia 🙂  poza am luat-o de aici. acum totusi, nu pot sa nu spun ca nu am aruncat un ochi pe internet si nu am cautat cateva lucruri speciale despre martie si martisor. de exemplu, am aflat ca martisorul este cam batraior, are vreo 8000 de ani, primele chestii gasite au fost niste amulete din pietricele rosii si albe care se purtau la gat. poti sa citesti “cinci lucruri pe care

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