Tag: Holidays

Musings: Gung Hay Fat Choy

It’s our year, Pigs! Or boars, which ever you prefer. This half-Chinese, half-Filipino gal is wishing you and yours a wonderful and prosperous new year! I feel a need or desire to educate those who come to my space about this holiday. I’ve done it every year, for the past

Diary of a Non-Cook: The EASIEST Appetizer Ever

Well Christmas came and went like a whirlwind. And as per the usu, I was tasked with an appetizer for our big celebration. I really should ask for dessert, since I can never get there on time. But, it makes the suspense that much more exciting for everyone ­čśë Happily,

The New Tradition: A Christmas Adventure

What do you get a kid who has pretty much everything? Okay, none of us are rich (by any means), but the kid literally has most everything she wants or needs. She still has presents that haven’t been opened from her birthday four months ago. I don’t think she needs

Annual Cookie Party

Established in 1987. So, I can’t really take credit for this cool, annual event…but I’ve been in attendance for a pretty damn long time. Technically she’s my 2nd cousin, but she feels more like an older sister. We call her Joy, but she goes by Clem to those who went

A Surprise Adventure with River City Rickshaw

Christmas lights are magical… …which is why everyone loves to find the best court/street decorated to the 9’s. If you live in Sacramento, then you know about a few things: 1. The Fab 40’s are gorgeous in themselves, but even more so during the Holidays, 2. Don’t drive during them

…and Like That It’s Over!

Christmas has come and gone… …just┬álike that. If you remember correctly, I was trying to find my Christmas spirit on Christmas Eve. Shortly after I wrote/posted that, it started┬áto sink in and magically I began to start feeling more in the spirit.┬áMaybe it was just saying it out loud (well,