posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 03:42 PM
I got a HD blue ray 1TB external hard drive with remote, 2 sets of black socks, a pair of jeans, a pair of Simpsons pajamas, a pair of moccasin
slippers, an MTV T-shirt, a Lee Cooper shirt, a Marvel civil war book, a Tolkien book, a Kangol blazer, 2 pairs of Lee Cooper chino trousers, a pair
of shoes, Hugo Boss after shave and a box of chocolates.
I'm sorry for all those who got nothing, but you asked, so I replied.
We also had a buffet party on the 24th, where we sing Andalusian music together and a massive 25th lunch today where too much food was cooked like
turkey with all the trimmings, gammon, 2 free rage ducks from our mini farm, a leg of pork, rhubarb crumble and well, there's just too much stuff to
I'm going to be 32 years old.
I told all my nieces and nephews, be grateful with the amount of presents you got because there's people out there who have nothing, not even a meal,
we're lucky to have what we have, appreciate everything.
It's all luck. It's luck that I was born here and not somewhere else where people are starving to death.
We make a giant effort all year round for this particular season.
Everyone in the family does, and I appreciate that.
I've spent hundreds of euros on other people, and I feel great about it. Nothing goes to waste though, no toys are ever thrown, when they get old, we
ourselves in person take them to the poorer kids, we also give money and anything we can to a church down the road who give out presents to all the
You can say what you want about the church and big business, but I've been there and seen it with my own two eyes, the priest goes to Carrefour and
fills up TROLLEYS with loads of stuff that Carrefour give for FREE, and not crap stuff, the latest stuff out on the market and I respect them for
Merry Christmas everyone. The most important part of this season is being with the family and keeping those traditions, we're very traditional where