Category Archive:occasion

First Weekend Of Summer Break: Back To Being Night Owls ( Momimhar posted on June 3rd, 2017 )

Hello!  My mom and I are having breakfast at 10:30 A.M.  My dad said that we will be back to being night owls because school is out.  He is funny. 🙂

It’s the first weekend of summer break.  My mom and I are going to visit her best friends in Fort Worth today.  One of them, Tita N (tita is Tagalog word for aunt), is holding a birthday party for three of the lady friends at her house.  We are spending the night at her house also. It would be fun because I really really would like to see the cats, Bambi and Brutus.  It is going to be fun!

Okay, this is all for now.  My mom said we are going to Dollar General to buy some drinks to bring to the party.

-KS

Valentine’s Day Treat ( Momimhar posted on February 14th, 2017 )

Here’s what daddy gave K today, Valentine’s Day.

And here’s what daddy gave me. 🙂

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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A Blessed Happy New Year To You – It’s 2017 ( Momimhar posted on January 1st, 2017 )

Fireworks at our place. K and guests.

We had a blast celebrating New Year’s at our humble home.  Two of my dear husband’s co-employees and their families came over to celebrate with us.  They bought fireworks and we had fun shooting fireworks in a cold New Year’s Eve. The kids had fun dancing with Just Dance on Wii U. We’re supposed to do Just Sing Karaoke too, but for some reason the CD didn’t play.

It was a great New Year’s celebration.  We missed a few family and friends but they were sick and my brother-in-law and his wife already had a commitment ahead of time.

Happy New Year to you!  Wishing you all the best of 2017.

Spreading Christmas Cheer To All ( Momimhar posted on December 10th, 2016 )

Happy Holidays, everyone!  How are you doing?  Are you starting to relax now from the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping and decorating? Whether you are hosting a party or not, it feels nice to see our homes all decked up for the Holidays.

Speaking about shopping, I tried very hard not to spend too much on home decorations this year.  I had so much Christmas decorations from the past 8 years, and honestly I am not ready to get rid of them. Anyway, I would like to share some holiday cheer from my home to yours.  I am not very good at home decorating but I did my best. 🙂

Big flower arrangement by the entry way.

Now this big flower arrangement was quite expensive because it was priced $20 at a local garage sale. I bargained for half the price but the seller’s lowest price was $15.  I bought it anyway because I really, really liked it.  It looked taller on the round oriental vase.

 

Christmas table runner and poinsettia placemats

Do you enjoy decorating for the Holidays? I do.  As soon as the stores put their Holiday decorations on discounted sale, my family, friends and I buy whatever we can find that we like.  Most of my Christmas decorations and pieces were more than 5 years old.  These poinsettia placemats were given to me by my mother-in-law.  Aren’t they pretty?  The table runner was from Ross.

The centerpieces were bought from a on online local garage sale.

candle holder – $.50

crystal vase – $5

crystal candy dish – $3

colored balls and fillers – $2

Glass Christmas ball cardinal decor

 

Mesh Christmas wreath with cardinal bird and nest.

This mesh Christmas wreath was also given by my mother-in-law two years ago.  She won this at a raffle (door prize) at a Christmas Party with her group of friends.

I am so feeling festive now. I love Christmas season. How about you?

Tradition – Thanksgiving Luncheon At School ( Momimhar posted on November 19th, 2016 )

Turkeys in disguise.

Turkeys in disguise.

K’s school had a Thanksgiving Luncheon Thursday.  The Pre-K and Kindergarten students had lunch first at 10:15 A.M.  My darling daughter was very happy and excited because there were so many parents, grandparents, and guardians came to join at lunch.

After lunch I walked K to her classroom and saw their turkey arts and crafts displayed on the wall in the hallway.  It was a family project to disguise the turkey.  In the picture below, K was pointing to her turkey in disguise as a Japanese girl.

Thanksgiving Lunch at school

Thanksgiving Lunch at school

It’s pretty nice to be able to join my child in school’s events and special occasions.  She feels happy and confident.  I feel the same, too.

I am also glad that many parents, grandparents, and guardians join their students in this special holiday and keeps the tradition going forever.

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