Saturday, December 31, 2011

This is how we do it(them)...

     While we attended a number of Christmas parties last December, we only felt the Christmas spirit in the comfort of fellow filipinos flats but once you step outside, everything is normal and ordinary.  We planned on dining out for Noche Buena and coincidentally, a family friend called and invited us for dinner and so we joined them.  As for New Year's, we do not have any concrete plans on how to celebrate it since we couldn't have our own fireworks and stuff (during ramadan and hajj, saudis hold scheduled fireworks display and people get to watch them - no firecrackers, fountains, whatsoever).  Our friend invited us over at their house for December 31 and so we got to celebrate it through eating and chatting and by 1am we packed up and left because there's still work the following day.  Though our celebration of Christmas and welcoming 2012 was simple and modest, we still had lots of fun.  Who wouldn't? we're in the company of good nga lang kahit anong sabihin, iba pa din ang pasko sa Pinas kapag kumpleto ang pamilya, angkan, ka-barangay, etc, hehe.
Christmas dinner @The Noodle House.  They have the best Pad Thai (at least for me).

 excited for the bottled water..feeling nila liquor, lol.
round fruits for New Year's luck, of course.

girl tita grace's neck piece! =)

goofing around with pechay leaves, hehehe...

     2011 has been so good to us and I have a feeling 2012 will offer greater things..I'm excited! oh..tangerine is the color of 2012...I love orange! yey! =)

2 made connections:

  1. You are beautiful! Happy New Year my friend! It looks like you had lots of fun! I wish you and your family a wonderful New Year filled with great health, lots of laughter and so much love! Happy New Year!

    Mama Hen

  2. Thank you so much, mama have always been so sweet..I wish you a blessed new year, too! =)


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