Saturday, December 10, 2011


Today was a tiring day but let’s not frown about it because a great deal of $$ came out from that fatigue-ness

So, are you BIG on Christmas? What do you actually want from Christmas? Now, let’s be fair.
I actually am not a holiday person. I spend time with my family most of the time. For me, that’s the best present ever.  My parents never thought us to be that person who’d be waiting for presents or have parties/celebration what-so-ever during the holidays; We don’t even decorate the Christmas tree; We don’t own one. Well, we own one once, but it didn’t last. #playing - lagu bersamamu tv3.

I have a very simple family; loving and I love it that way. And yes, I’d like to keep it that way too.
My dad is an occasional drinker but he is still my dad. We make fun of each other every time we hangout in the living room.

We would watch movies and chat and sometimes when we are hanging out in the dining room; we’d weigh ourselves and see who’s heavier. We’d always compare our weight among ourselves. Dad likes to make fun of mom’s weight and hold his breath so his tummy would look flat and act all tough. It’s funny.
fyi, I watched Barbie's The Perfect Christmas few days ago with the girls at home. I'm a kiddo at heart.
My dad is a great cook. It’s like Christmas all year around.

I don’t mind wearing my old jeans, my faded t-shirt or even my dresses. At least I have things to wear.
Nowadays, people tend to compare themselves with others materialistically.
Technology yes, we try to get into the latest tech but tradition we need not change. Tradition is what makes us stand out from the rest of the world. But who am I to say this? I, myself too sometimes forget. 

So are you partying on Christmas? Is that what it means now? I mean. its Christ’s born day.
Happy Advent everyone.

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