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Christmas in the air.

I have always loved Christmas.

It's one of my favourite things.

I can't even quite pinpoint the reason why I love Christmas. There's something in the air. Something magical and wonderful. And I always feel like a child again. Full of excitement and merriment. 

Honestly, I usually just spend my Christmas with my family. We would eat breakfast, open our presents and then spend the whole day watching those super cliche heartwarming Christmas movies.

Nothing special.

Yet this is my favourite time of the year.

I feel festive. 

I feel like celebrating.

Maybe it's because it's almost the end of the year.
And I have always like ending the year with a bang. So that I can start the year with a bang.

Or maybe there's just no reason.

But problem with being festive is that I feel celebrating when I should really be studying.

This is my final year and I really want to complete focus on my studies.

But now, I feel festive so that dampens my study mood a little.

I need to learn how to juggle my festive mood and my study mood.

Anyway, to me, Christmas is in the air. 

I can smell it. I can feel it.



Happy "Sam" said…
Hehe !!
Hard disk past already !!
Now prepare for 2016 coming !!
Yes !!
Positive !!

for the master study ............
I apply 1Grip program but no funds ...
Now I only know I cannot study master .... boring ....
Never mind.

I try find got any course study for government suppose.
I still hutang PTPTN 30k ++ when I study Degree so I don't wish to borrow money already.
haha !!

Merry Christmas is coming !!
Yeah !!
Same !
Spend time with family !!
Eating and chatting because all busy working and finding their dream !!
This is chance to sit together !!

hehe !!
Yeah !!
Christmas is coming to town !!!
Study finish then can celebrate ya !

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