Saturday, December 12, 2009

A Celebration of Christmas Music From Around The World

Last night, I went to a Christmas concert in our church and was overwhelmed that they sang Filipino Christmas song like "Pasko-Pasko" and "Payapang Daigdig" and several songs from Romania, Italy, Germany, Spain, Hungary, and Netherlands. That concert was a combination of Saturday, Sunday, and Children's choir. Many came to watched and everyone enjoyed the night with eating and little drinking after the concert. Here are some pictures from last night.

A supporter

Mary Ann singing Filipino songs with Graham(a British man).

With Children's Choir

 Eating time

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Finally Engaged

            Finally engaged...yes finally engaged and im so happy. Oppsss not me but a good friend in college, Richie. We are the only single left among 4 close friends. The other two friends ended now as husband and wife. So I'm quiet stress thinking I'm the only single both from high school and college friends. But ok I can include one of my high school friend who is now a widow.
            Richie was actually an ex-girlfriend of my cousin but im glad they broke up not because I don't like her but she is too good for my cousin(Opps!!). I don't know yet the final date of their wedding but she is expecting me to be there. I can't promise cosidering the fare itself. But I'm so happy most of my friends are now married. So wish them all good luck for the married life and wish me luck also for my future man..hahaha           

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Got my First Christmas Gift

Merry Christmas, too early to say and too early for gift giving. True but just this morning, I got my first gift from "Sinterklaas" as what we call here in Netherlands for Santa Claus. It's actually from my boss. Too nice from her to give me a small yet so beautiful poinsettia flower. I was with her this morning in a garden shop to buy some flowers and christmas decors and as always busy lately, I finally realised that Christmas season is already starting. She gave me that gift as an advance celebration for the annual event of St. Nicholas' Feast Day or The Feast of Sinterklaas every December 6 wherein, people from Netherlands specially the children are expecting for their presents from Sinterklaas. Obviously, I'm expecting more surprises to come this weekend. I hope....