It’s the last day of 2018. I am excited and scared of being present for another 365 days done and over with, and of the anticipation of all the happiness and pain that may follow into 2019. I feel lost every year. I don’t know if I am as aimless as I was at the…… Continue reading Last Hooray of 2018
Well, it’s Christmas Eve! It won’t be a white Christmas around where I live. No snow, but it is raining, haha. The only celebratory thing I can think of that my family and I did was have a hot pot dinner at home. It’s just me and my parents, haha. I think I appreciate a…… Continue reading Christmas Eve, Netflix, and Games
Yesterday was exhausting after I spent the whole day and into the evening with my family. I had a good time, although there were some rocky moments I’ll discuss in this post. My family doesn’t typically do anything for Christmas as sometimes convenience overtakes the desire to be festive and merry. But my brother happened…… Continue reading Blowing Things Out of Proportion
My favorite Christmas memory was many, many years ago when I was still a loyal believer in Santa Claus. I wrote a letter to him that I hid under some books, and to my shock, I later found a typed up note in my room that he wrote. In my naivete, I really thought he…… Continue reading Favorite Christmas Memory
For nostalgic’s sake, my favorite is the “Last Christmas” song. I like it because it’s a sweet tune with catchy lyrics. Yes, I know, the lyrics are cheesy but I fall for it every time. 🙂 If I had to choose between listening to like 5 of the same Christmas songs over and over until…… Continue reading Favorite Holiday Song
I never knew until some years earlier that fireworks originate from China. That’s amazing to realize a creation like that spread and made its way overseas to countries all over the world. Most of my experience with seeing firework displays is from television broadcasts. Fireworks bring to mind some holidays where they are used as a…… Continue reading Fireworks!
Over the years my general reaction to holidays is to ignore them or briefly take note that a holiday is coming up, but I do nothing to celebrate it. The holiday I focused on a lot as a kid was Christmas because I liked seeing snow during winter and getting presents. My family had a…… Continue reading Holiday Spirit