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It's Indeed... Christmas!

I woke up to a nice, sunny white Christmas morning and to Hubby's sweet and loving "Merry Christmas" greeting... with a matching one-of-a-kind, multi-colored, half-a-carat trinity diamonds and white gold necklace. Yes! I got another piece for my collection. [wink*]

I woke up this Christmas morning very excited with the present. Whose girl will not be excited? They're diamonds! They're girls' BFFs! And what does an excited girl would do when she receives a diamond? She'll "facebook" it! LOL

It's indeed Christmas! After an entire year of waiting... a few days of countdown... a little effort of taking several trips to all the stores in town that has a big "SALE" mark on its window... a lot of painstaking moments to beat the traffic and finding a spot to park the car... a lot of decision making ordeal in finding the right present for the right person... a couple of sleepless nights wrapping the presents... and one last chance to hold myself together to make it to the holiday season... Christmas has indeed brought the best in me... and thank God, I am still alive.

Finally, It's Christmas! Now, that the gifts are unwrapped and mess is cleared. Now, that all my loved ones' newly acquired possessions are dealt with. Now, that I saw that everyone is happy with their loot... it's now time to plan for the next things to buy... because after Christmas... is the best time to buy presents for next Christmas because everything is on sale. LOL.

Merry Christmas All.

Comments

Hello Ruthi,

Merry Christmas and a Happy new Year :-) kakatawa yung sinabi mong " And what does an excited girl would do when she receives a diamond? She'll "facebook" it! LOL " cute ;-) xoxo
Ruthi said…
@PS... hi, Happy Holidays sa iyo din. Kamusta na? May facebook account ka?
Hello Ruthi,

I added you sa friends blog list ko kaya nakikita ko agad pag nag update ka.hehehe, dami mong xmas gifts grabe :D pahingi naman..(joke) hihihi, meron rin akong Fb pero naunahan na kita i-add..hihihi nakita ko sa friends ni Myla ;)Happy Holidays to you too and your family ;) God bless and keep intouch tau sa fb..hihihih
betchai said…
wow, good for you Ruthi, you got something that you love for a gift. we'll wait for it at facebook :)
Ruthi said…
@PS... talaga? hahaha guess wala akong ligtas talaga sa mga taong pinagtataguan ko. Anyway thanks for adding me I really appreciate it. Take care
Ruthi said…
@Betchai... honestly, I really don't like it. It's just a cliche that "diamonds are girls' bffs". I am already happy with the flowers that he gave me on Christmas eve. And knowing how much Hubby paid for it... OMG, I really wished I can return them because it will surely hurt both our budget. haysss.

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