in transit : Christmas Day

Dearest ______,

It’s the first time I’m traveling exactly on Christmas Day. It’s the first time I’m just by myself on Christmas Day too. So that’s two first times in one go.

How is it?, you may ask.

A bit lonely, actually. Not sad. But the alone time can definitely be felt. There aren’t a lot of people traveling during Christmas, so I’ve learned.

Good thing: Less traffic. Less hassle. More room.
Bad thing: You kind of have all this time and space to think of everybody else who are else where.

Oh well, I’m not complaining though. We all know others are having a way harder time.



But will I ever do this again? Probably not.

Have a meaningful Christmas, my dear, where ever you may be.

I will be writing more letters soon.


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9 thoughts on “in transit : Christmas Day”

    1. Hi Kaye! I’m actually back in SG already. Was home for only about 3-4 days. Just enough time to help out with the typhoon relief drive in La Salle and be with the Pundaos a few days 😦 merry Christmas to the Ilanos! Hope everybody’s doing okay despite the calamity…

    1. I think the trip was meant to be. Will continue helping out, even from afar. Merry Christmas to you and your lovely family too, koko 🙂 God bless your 2012 with more love and happiness.

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