Celebrating Rakhi at the U.S. Embasy


In the U.S. we have a lot of holidays: we
have Mother’s Day, Father’s Day Friendship Day, Bosses Day, Valentine’s
Day. But Rakhi is a little piece of India that we’d like to take with us.
It symbolizes the love between a brother and a sister. Hey Laura and Jenny! There’s an
Indian festival called Raksha Bandhan and this is the celebration of
brothers and sisters. So from the other side of the world, I’ll be thinking of
you today. Miss you both and love you very much. Roses are red violets are blue, I’m so lucky to have a brother like you! Hey Morris and Alfie. It’s your sister.
I’m here in India celebrating Rakhi and I got these two for you because I miss
you guys so much and I love you She always cheers me up when I think I can’t cheer myself up. Happy Rakhi everybody!

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