Tuesday, December 7, 2010
So, anyway, it's not like we're not enjoying what we currently have. In fact, he always makes sure we also have "us" times together. Everytime we're going to the ATM to get our salary, he would make sure to treat us out for lunch. So, it's already a twice a month ritual for us.
Also, just recently I am already happy that my frugal husband agreed for me to spend 350 pesos to get the zipper of my favorite old Coach bag replaced (so now, it's semi original). My aunt gave it to me when she was here in the Philippines for a visit and therefore has a sentimental value. Thanks to "Mantaring" (a leather shop) for their excellent and quality service, I will now be able to use it again. I thought at first I'm going to have to let it go but they did a good job in replacing the zipper with an almost exact replica of it.
I hope I can sneak out and go to the mall by myself so I can buy the shirt that I wanted him to wear this Christmas. It's about time that he gets something for himself, too.
One thing that's certain that we will receive this Christmas though is a whole lot of loving from each other, from our daughter Dipdip and from our respective families - and that's already beyond what money can buy and something that I'm always thankful for everyday.
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