New Year means New Chances to Get it Right

First of all, I would like to greet everyone a Happy New Year!!!

How did you welcome the brand new year? 

The last few days of 2017 got busier than the usual since the little man of the house arrived.  Most of the time at home is spent either in the kitchen cooking his favorite food or in the bedroom playing, cuddling and putting him to sleep. Papa brought them to the nearest mall to buy new stuff for him and his Ate Thea.  We also did a simple improvement in our humble abode. We installed a floating shelf for speakers as we've got a new Platinum Karaoke system in our living room, changed the bed sheets and curtains as well as the dinner wares. All are done in the most economical way.  Like for example the floating shelf which was made up of upcycled plywood (from a worn-out cabinet door).  I'll show the photo of our project next time. 

Mandatory family pictures on New Year's Eve

On New Year's Day, the kids and even adults of Zaballa clan went crazy over the traditional "papila and paagaw".  

Then, yesterday, the four of us went to Quezon Memorial Circle for a family bonding. Thea and Yohan enjoyed the rides and the fries, pizza and bubblegum-flavored drink at the food park.  Plus, they got to experience the jam-packed MRT ride from Quezon Avenue to Shaw Boulevard. After a quick stroll at the Starmall (Crossing), we capped the night off with a dinner at KFC. 

That's how we celebrated the New Year of 2018. From our family to yours, we wish you a bountiful new year and God Bless us always in the next 365 days of our lives.  Let's all leave the sadness, disappointments and negativity behind and welcome the year with high hopes and optimism.  As Oprah Winfrey once said, "Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right."  

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