Carol of the Bells version of Celtic Woman is the best. It even made me feel as if angels were singing to me. Great voice and nice fiddler. I wish I could play like her. Oh, I miss my violin. This reminded me that since its holidays, I should play my violin before work and school consumed my time again.
My 2011 Christmas is by far the most stressful Christmas I have had. I was busy organizing our company’s party not to mention I was also hurrying tasks for my project. Whew! That almost drained my sanity. And speaking of project-related tasks, I should ready myself now for my boss’s inquiries and probably anger for not finishing my assignments. These are those moments when I really wish I could divide myself to accomplish more.
Adding to my already overwhelming stress was the jam-packed malls. There’s the long queue in cashiers that always made me drop the items I supposed to buy. Good thing I was able to partially finish my shopping.
On a lighter note, and I don’t know why this came last, were the things I love about this year’s Christmas. First was of course the gifts! Thanks to all my friends generous and thoughtful enough to give me one. I won’t be mentioning names anymore. I might miss one or two names and I don’t want to rouse sulky feelings. Second was the reunion with friends. It was very nice to see them after quite some time, share stories and laughter over food, and renew your bonds. It’s also great to know that they’re doing great with their lives. Happy for you guys! And lastly was the happy air christmases always bring. I really can’t explain it and I don’t know if you feel the same way as me but there’s something about Christmas that made me smile despite all the worries I might have.
Wishing you all a happy Christmas!