What is one of your Christmas traditions?
-We have many family traditions for Christmas. But this one is something I’d like to revive and keep alive. My mom used to make Christmas ham that we always looked forward to carving on Christmas eve. But I guess through the years, errr, she became more complacent so we’d just settle for the commercial ham that come in abundance during the holidays. This year, I’m making my 2nd Christmas ham. My first attempt 2 years ago was a flop (too salty!). I am hoping this year it’d be better. Anway, I’m using the same recipe by my mom, and I hope one of my children will want to carry on with the tradition when they grow up.
Who is the easiest person on your list to buy presents for?
-I’d say my kids are always the easiest to buy presents for. Because 1. I know what their needs are; and 2. they are quite vocal about what they want! LOL
What is your favorite Christmas scent?
-I always associate the fresh pine scent of Baguio City with Christmas, because I usally spend the holidays there with my family. Have I said here before that I aboslutely love Baguio??? When you come over to our country, do visit my city! 🙂
If you could give a fellow blogger a Christmas gift, who would it be and what would you give them?
-I’d give Toni a Pinoy Pack consisting of assorted Pinoy delicacies like hopia, turones de casoy, dried mangoes, dilis at pusit (dried anchovies [?] and squid), and her fave cold remedy Decolgen No-Drowse. We were supposed to have a holiday goody exchange but it had to be held off til January. I hope she will feel a bit closer to home through my Pinoy Pack! 😉
What is something on your Christmas wish list that you need (not just want)?
-Gym membership and/or treadmill. I promise to use it, i really do!!! Looking at myself in the mirror is somewhat depressing. I have grown waaay too big for comfort. 🙁 Nuf said.
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