Hello, how's your 2013 so far? For us we celebrate new year's eve with the usual tradition that I/we did for years now. Cook, eat, drink and listen to good music while waiting for the fireworks at midnight. Having a blast with all kinds of fireworks is a culture among filipino families, though I myself just want to watch in one corner of our house. Celebrating new year's eve without fireworks will be different, i think.
On the day itself our family usually go elsewhere road tripping and enjoying the first day of the year, but this time around we just stay home and do movie marathon while eating our left over food. This is the first time that hubby is not around to celebrate the Holiday with us so celebration is not the same. Hopefully by next year we will be together as a whole but if duty calls, we can't do nothing. Thankfully technology is better nowadays. Some of you already back to work now with all the holiday hang over. For me back to the real world too! Still have three more days left before the kids go back to school and that means vacation is really over. Me and my sweetie will hang around more, just the two of us again. Till next time.:)