|From our Hot Chocolate Party|
One of the things I love about celebrating holidays in Thailand is that there is no commercialism or added pressure from cultural expectations, it is simply whatever you put into it. This is also one of the things I hate about holidays in Thailand, and one of the reasons for the burn-out aforementioned. My love of Christmas and wanting to provide the best experience possible pushed me over the edge. Add to that all of the stress of preparing to move and sorting through and selling a good portion of your possessions and it is no surprise I was out for the count the entire week before Christmas.
So now, here we are. A new year, a new month and I am more than ready to put away the Christmas lights and decorations. I am also excited about pursuing my goals for this year and even more excited that by the end of this year we should be well settled into a different house!
Of course with the new house there will be plenty of things to share as I work on properly geekifying it.
For now, I will just wish you a very Happy New Year! I hope you take the time to enjoy the little things and to appreciate all of the blessings in your life.