December 22, 2009


Rodliz’s Nest


Christmas is a great time to bond with your partner and today as we talk about "Unforgettable Christmas" here at Couple's Corner let me share you about our first Christmas together.


It took me 3 years to finally convince hubby to come here in Dubai...so just imagine how those 3 Christmases that we have celebrated away from each other was. Of course it wasn't good...but then last year that longing has finally ended.


Here it was....Christmas Eve was celebrated together with our flatmates. An Hour before "Noche Buena", i was deeply worried that hubby won't come on time or he won't celebrate it with me/us since we had a big fight a night before....but then he came just on time...smiling and wishing me a Merry Merry Christmas with hugs and kisses...

And then on the day of Christmas we spent it at a friend's arbab house in Al Barsha with plenty of filipino food served at the dining table. They had a huge house and we can't help not to take photos on every corner of it...


Among the 3 dining hall i admired the Japanese inspired and it was the biggest which can accomodate for atleast 20 people.



Next was the mini bar. I wish we would have the same when we had our own house also.



And the pool area.....as a swimmer i'm wishing to have it in our future house.....just a wish...hehehe




Lastly, our dream house hahahahahaha...

As they say, first time is always unforgettable and as couple celebrating Christmas together for the first time was something i would always remember as the most memorable one...We may not have gifts for each other since we're out of budget but having us together is more than enough....

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all! From Marlon & Sheng



4 comments:

Mom of Four said...

Being together is the most important aspect of Christmas, not the gifts not the food di ba? And I am a living proof to that. For my 38 years of living, food and presents were not always important. Ang sarap ng Christmas kapag kasama ang loved ones, kahit walang pera. Pero siyempre masarap din ang may exchange gift, but if can't afford, magtitigan na lang at magsabihan ng I love you..Hehehe..di vah Sheng?

Oy, gandang bahay nyan ah, kayaman siguro ng me ari nyan, sarap tirhan eh, hehehe..Kayo naman ni Marlon, lagi na lang may tampuhan kahit magpapasko, buti nagkabati kayo, hahaha. Ang saya mo siguro that Chritmas, kita dimples mo sa pictures eh, hehehe...

Happy Holidays huh!

sheng said...

Correct ka jan Mommy Liz...gift is good pero iba ung pakiramdam na kasama mo ang love ones mo during Christmas....

Yeah, ang yaman tlga...grabeh...tpos mga antique ang ibang kagamitan sa bhay....

Ay naku natural na yta ang mag away smin hehehe...Tpos ngaun may tampuhan n2man kami...tuwing may okasyon na lang ganun kami pero for sure okay kami sa araw ng Pasko....

Happy Holidays to dear Mommy Liz and Family...

Seiko said...

I agree w/ Mommy liz it doeasn't really matter if you have money for foods & gifts for the Christmas.What really matter is that finally you're together after those years of being apart from each other.Thanks for sharing your unforgettable Christmas.I enjoyed reading it.
Merry Christmas & A Prosperous New Year Sheng!:D

anne said...

they are absolutely right basta nanjan lang ang love one kahit wala pa yang handa na yan basta importante magkasama kau

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