Christmas is in the air, and this is the most merriest time for most kids and kids at heart. This is also the best time for shopping … because sale are everywhere…. and yes I went on a sale in market market which really near my homey…
I went shopping on my own and here’s what I have on mind on the said day:
First I want all my aunt as well as uncle residing here in the Philippines as well as those that will be having vacation with us to receive gifts from me. I have 7 aunts and 1 uncle who will be home this christmas,aside from that I also want to give something special for my Papa(grandpa) and of course to my Mommy,Daddy,my brother,my sister ,my oldest cousin and my sister-in-law.
I went straight to an ATM to withdraw some cash for my shopping galore. So off I went to the 50% off sale at the department store.
The first thing I bought was a scarf and what I was thinking that time is for my china trip as well as for my uncle nestor who is also a resident there. So I bought one navy blue scarf with bonnet for my uncle and one green for me.Then I went inside the department store and took 6 red organizer bag for my 5 aunts and for my cousin dj and another green one for tita susan.Then I went to find some shirts for my daddy and my brother and I look around the shop called sand and got two shirts,one in deep green with simple design and one in light green with cute design. Then I went further inside the market place and found one cute simple purple blouse for my mom and mind you it costs a lot,then I also bought it and another blouse for my sister.The most expensive gift I had bought is for my grandfather,I bought an electric cigar with no nicotine on it. Hope they all like it.
While I was shopping,on one of the shop in market place where I bought my mom’s blouse, one lady told me that my mom is so lucky having me and when she asked what was inside my shopping bag, I told her it was for all my aunt and uncle, she told me that you’ll shall received more blessings, I told her that I really love giving gifts, and it’s my way of thanking God by paying it forward. 🙂