Christmas season is here

It’s the beginning of the “ber” months already and you know what it means to everyone in the Philippines. It’s Christmas season! September is actually the start of the preparation for the longest Christmas celebration in this side of the planet.

Just this morning I heard a Christmas song played on the radio and later saw a TV show featuring shops that sell Christmas ornaments and decors and photo Christmas cards. Some may already feel the Christmas rush, but not me. I know what the occasion means and I don’t want to get affected. Ha ha.

I have stopped doing my Christmas list for my godchildren since I quit my job. Sadly, I don’t have any means to buy gifts for them. If only I could make do-it-yourself toys to give them away, but my godchildren are young adults now. Most of them I have not seen in years. If I’m good at making crafts and stuff I will give them personalized Christmas cards instead. It’s the thought the counts right?

12 thoughts on “Christmas season is here

  1. hoshi

    oo nga september na. ayeee

    pero you are right isa na sa maiisip ay yung mga ipngreregalo. hirap din talagang mag-isip ng regalong mura pero magugustuhan.

    okay naman po ang crafts. well for me okay yun.

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    1. Yami Post author

      @Hoshi, I think i will pass talaga this year (again). mahirap isingit sa budget dahil marami sila at hindi na pratical because i’m jobless. πŸ˜€ Sayang nga I wish marunong talaga ako mag-craft. πŸ™‚

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  2. Mylene

    Ang bilis ng panahon mommy! Parang kailan lang nagsimula ng 2010 tas patapos na ulit. Hahahay… this is one of the sign that Christ is coming sooo soon.

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    1. Yami Post author

      @Mylene, ang bilis talaga, ni hindi nga ako naiinip maybe because I dread the idea na gastos season na naman pambili ng pang-exchange gift ng mga bata. πŸ˜€

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    1. Yami Post author

      @Cielo, hi. It’s nice to be visited by a new friend like you. Thanks. πŸ™‚

      Just a few more weeks and it’s Christmas day once again, bilis talaga ng panahon. πŸ™‚

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  3. keith

    Here in America, businesses wait until a late November holiday called Thanksgiving to start preparing for Christmas… I think the concept of the ‘ber’ months better for my spirit

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