Passing on the Romanian Tradition

My dearest penpal, Alexa, from Romania sent me some little goodies as of the tradition in her country. The tradition is called "Martisor" in Romanian and it takes place on the 1st of March, where people send lucky charms to their friends. The red and white thread is a symbol of this day. Therefore, Alexa sent me a Hello Kitty Lucky Charm and a Flower Charm Bracelet (below) as a part of this tradition along with a Dior postcard (below). Thank you  Alexa! You're always the greatest and sweetest penpal ever! :)It's always fun and exciting to learn about different traditions and cultures! So thank you, Alexa, for sharing part of your tradition!




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