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Christmas Greeting

Hello Gorgeous Reader!


Hmm… How should I put this?… “Merry” Christmas?

On my way home I watched people in tents made of blankets on the muddy ground;beyond was a wreckage they once called home.

It’s sad… and it’s real. So to me, saying “Merry” Christmas just sounds awkward.

I mean no disrespect to the people who are suffering, but I am honestly happy right now.

Happy that my family and the people I care for are safe. Happy that I got to spend dinner with my boyfriend’s family and that they are getting settled in a new home. Happy to spend yet another dinner with my family and relatives.

Come to think of it, I am happy for a few other things as well…

Happy that I have found new friends at work. Happy for the blessings (no matter how small) that I received this year.

And of course, happy to learn blogging and meet all you nice people.

It’s not really a feeling of merriment but more of a feeling of thankfulness.

So, Thankful Christmas everyone!

xmas 2010


Thanks and have a happy Christmas to the following bloggers:

Mai (rest assured your family is okay, and take care of yourself in Manila)

Sam (thanks for being the nice person that you are and for your kind words of wisdom)

My2Pesos (thanks for continually commenting on my blogs no matter how boring they get)

CutestPrincess (for the friendly comments)

And to the rest of my followers who have made blogging an awesome experience for me. ^_^


  1. thanks. I am happy to know they're safe. thanks for being there for my brother :)

  2. Hi honey, hope that you had a wonderful Christmas, good to know that it was a happy occasion. Special thanks to you for the mention, it means a Lot to me :)

  3. Well, merry Christmas to you too! Glad to hear that 2011 worked out for you.

  4. Hope you had a happy Christmas. (:

  5. Hi darling Wishing you a fantastic New Years, may 2012 bring you lots of luck, love, success and happiness. Thank you for being such a wonderful and sincere blog friend during 2011. May you continue to inspire us with your great posts next year!
    Luv, Sam


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