We usually associate the Christmas season with gift-giving (or gift-swapping) as an expression of love and appreciation to people who mattered. Sometimes, we even identify motifs to make the job easier for the giver.
Since you are an important component of my social circle, I’d like to give you an idea on what I really want this Christmas based on the themes listed below.
Something small: a picture of you with me..
Something big: an enlarged picture of you and me..
Something cute: of course, another picture of you with me with a puppy in between… cute di ba?
Something soft: hmmm… something made of cotton.. a pillow, yes a pillow.. or maybe a huggable teddy 🙂
Something techie: an IPAD.. WOW! the simplest gift of all 🙂
Something red: your blood… Joke lang, Vampire! Twilight effect seriously though, a red stiletto.. joke pa rin pala 🙂
Something wearable: earrings.. dangling earrings singing ding-a-ling
Something you need: just a little LOVE.. sabi kasi ni mike, ‘Give Love on Christmas day!
Something sweet: just YOU, thinking about.. hmmm.. sweet ka, d iba?
Note: Re-written after attending my first Christmas Party this year, (courtesy of course, of PhilMSTQ) 01 December 2012, UP University Hotel.
Disclaimer: not original… adopted the idea from a blog subscription which is out of memory now.. mahirap na ma-sotto, di ba?
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