Friday, November 13, 2009

Cosas por las que ando emocionada actualmente:

- Que hoy es Jueves (noche) y solo falta un día de trabajo para que sea Sábado nuevamente – que lindo! que lindo!

- El viaje confirmado a Chicago la próxima semana para ver a Jane y Darshan, que vienen desde Hyderabad.

- Que de hoy en dos semanas es Thanksgiving y comeremos pavo preparado por N (mundialmente reconocido por individuos de varias nacionalidades como el mejor cocinero de pavo para Thanksgiving del mundo mundial)

- Que estamos a un mes y dos semanas de Navidad – wiiii!!! (lo que me recuerda que tengo que ponerme pilas en lo que a compra de regalos se refiere).

- Que tengo un Chocolate Cherry Cake en el horno que huele a paraíso y probablemente sabrá aún mejor.

6 comments:

Gringuita Quiteña said...

Y ya es viernes! ahora estaras mas feliz!!
No puedo creer que ya se venga Thanksgiving! que loco, o sea, no es por hacer conversacion de elevador pero este mes esta volando demasiado rapido! Bueno en parte mejor, que todo el invierno pase rapido.
Abrazos!

ximenita said...

yuhuuuu viernes viernessssssssssss

M said...

Never thought reading about chocolate..:-))

Hoy ya es casi sábado en esta parte del océano...happy happy!!

Se te le en paz.

You can call me Al said...

I must assume that you celebrate Xmas with the same view of the Japanese people. Since you don't believe in God or any god, therefore, I see no reason why that time of the year should cause so much expectation in you. The only explanation is that you let your self to be carried away by the capitalistic “spirit” of it. In other words, plain materialism conceales behind the euphemistic makeup of a shallow and faked attitude of sharing and loving. Ho-ho-ho! And a fat reddish eunuch voyeur that peeps through a chimney and flies a sled pulled by dumb deer.

Magusita said...

GQ y Xime: Fin de semana, fin de semana, yupiiii!!!!

M: Gracias, M. Abracito. :)

Al: Couldn't have said it better; you were right on the spot! I totally let myself get carried away by the capitalistic "spirit" of Christmas. I love the lights, the songs, the food; I love setting up my Christmas tree and making ornaments, I love having my family around for Christmas dinner and then barely make it to mid-night to open our presents, and I love that every Christmas we go to sleep around dawn and wake up mid-afternoon to eat Christmas dinner leftovers. We celebrate Christmas because we can, and because we want to - and that's good enough for me.

You can call me Al said...

I appreciate your blunt and raw honesty. That’s what makes you authentic and so adorable. I’d rather spend one day with someone like you than with some faked person. No face masks with you. (What you see is what you get)

So lucky he, who owes the whispers of your love. So lucky he, who fills the empty spaces of your heart. Make it last 'cause it brings out the best of you.