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Six Pack

24 Dec

I haven’t done a Six Pack in a long time so I am excited to do another one.

Here are six Christmas traditions of my growing up years:

  1. We did not wrap gifts nor open presents.
  2. We always got new clothes for Christmas.
  3. Attending the midnight mass was a must.
  4. Noche Buena consisted of nilaga, queso de bola, and hamon.
  5. We jumped from anywhere high as soon as the church bell rings on both Christmas Eve and New Years Eve in the hope of getting taller.
  6. Brother #3 always gives out a stick of gum for Christmas. 

Happy Holidays every one.  Peace.

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3 Comments

Posted by on December 24, 2008 in list, personal

 

3 responses to “Six Pack

  1. prinsesamusang

    December 25, 2008 at 5:46 am

    nilaga for noche buena? now that is pretty interesting, not to mention yummy! maybe i should send you pechay by mail for that nilaga LOL i wonder why you don’t wrap gifts nor open presents hmmm… but i must say when i was a kid i did jump too on new year’s eve. happy holidays!

     
  2. panaderos

    December 25, 2008 at 4:42 pm

    My family also did #s 2 and 3. As for #4, instead of the nilaga, we had spaghetti. I tried doing #5 once but the following year yielded no substantial results. Hehehe 😀

    I hope you won’t mind but I also added this blog of yours to my links. Thanks and Merry Christmas again!

     
  3. backpacking philippines

    December 27, 2008 at 2:27 am

    and i thought that jumping was on new years eve hehe
    i know a lot people who did that…frustrated though 😦

    will link this alternate blog of yours too

    enjoy the holidays

     

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