Happy new year everyone! New Year’s celebration is one of my favorite holidays here in the Philippines. :61: We have traditions like having several circle shaped fruits on the table, (not sure how many circle shaped fruits, I think it’s 7.) putting cotton, salt, sugar, water and rice grains on the table as well, putting grapes on the doors, throwing coins, jumping on 12 am to get taller, and a lot more. These traditions makes new year’s eve extraordinarily fun in the Philippines. :93:
So here’s some of my new year’s eve photos and last day of the year photos (Rizal Day) :51:
Now, the model for this post is not me. It’s my princess. I’m so proud of her. I dream that she would be a successful fashion blogger.
I don’t really believe what you did in the first day of the year will determine what will happen to you in the whole year but there’s nothing wrong in starting the year right and enjoying. Indeed, my first day of the year was fun. Happy new year! 🙂
What did you do in the first day of the year? Share them through comments. I would love to read about it. 🙂
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