It's been a while since my last post. As the weeks and days got closer to the holidays, the "to do" list got longer and longer. There has been less time for me to work on this blog. However, finally today I have a little time to post about the past few days.
Our dog posing in front of the tree with all of the presents. Needless to say I think a bigger tree is needed.
Christmas at the in-laws involved presents and homemade Korean food.
T: Bimbimbap with bulgogi and spicy sauce
B: Kimchi pancake
Christmas with my family includes two big yummy meals in one day. Brunch at my mom's where I made the B: ham and egg hash brown pie and a T: traditional Filipino Christmas dinner at my aunt's house. Both meals were followed by opening of presents. When my sister, cousins, and I were younger Christmas usually was an all day event, sometimes two. However, as we got older some of us have moved away out of state, or out of the country but we still try to continue our traditions year after year.
One of my family's Christmas traditions is the passing of the Chia. Long story, but this is the third Chia we've had ever since we started. This year I got it!
Dela Chicky and Ella Elephant and I hope that everyone had a Merry Christmas and a Fabulous New Year! Spend time with family and friends who truly care about you, and make sure you do - you!