When I got home in Cavite, my parents shopped for the simplest Christmas decors--a thick glittery ribbon on that arc in our house and gold snowflakes and beads hanging on them. A Santa Claus sat on the bar and a belen stood in front of the wine glasses. That's about it. Haha. Dad is surveying us college students when we will be home for the holidays for a Christmas party with the neighbors. I'm not too excited with that, though.
I almost came home a little sad today from a practice. I had too much tasks during the weekend. And we chased a taxi in vain, in hopes of getting back my Economics book. Sigh, it's lost forever and it's not even mine. Replacements. But the past week reminds me that I have more to be happy about than sad, and everything is still under control. I won't let things slip away from my hands again just because something went wrong. SOOOO back to the readings and to the studying. Back also, to the excitement for Friday. :)
|From Bea's birthday. I had to post this because they/we are beautiful! :D|
Also, Thursday had its second worship service last week. I was with them because of the strike against the UP budget cut. RJ preached and WOW. We were really blessed. I guess I'd continue coming down to the services even at the last minute just to see how our housechurch is growing. The big number is consistent so far. :)