Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Send X-mas From Daegu to the Rest of the World for free!

It’s Christmas all over the world!

You can send X-mas cards at 2.28 Memorial Park

Christmas is my favorite season of the year! Just like the song, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” In fact, Filipinos celebrate Christmas as early as SeptemBER because of the –BER month phenomenon. Christmas songs are played over and over and decorations such as Christmas trees, lights and all are up.

Also, the tradition of Simbang-Gabi or 9 dawn masses before the Midnight Christmas mass is also an important part of the Christmas season in the Philippines. Eating local breakfast food like “puto” or sweet sticky rice, mangoes, and “sikwati” or hot choco after the mass is also a vital part of the experience too. I always look forward to all the activities in these festivities back home.

Gift-giving is also a significant part of our culture, whether you give a fancy one or an ordinary one, any gift will do. After all, it’s the thought that counts. With that, I usually send Christmas cards to family and friends back home. They are looking forward to all the heartfelt messages that I’ve written on these cards.

When I saw this Santa Post Office at 2.28 Park in downtown Daegu last year, I got so ecstatic. I want to try and see if it really works and it did! I’ve sent Christmas cards last year to my family and friends in Italy, the US, Japan and China. They were thrilled to receive a Christmas card from me (because it was a surprise). You can also choose various Christmas card designs.

Now, I’m so excited to send all these Christmas cards again for free and the list got longer and longer. Nevertheless, I’m just happy to send these cards and share a part of Daegu, my second home, to all the people who have become an important part of my life through the years.

So, why not try sending all these Christmas cards for free? It’s Christmas all over the world so have yourself a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Maligayang Pasko at Manigong Bagong Taon/Maligayang Pasko ug Bulahang Bag-ong Tuig!

#DecemberMissionAccomplished #ChristmascardsfromDaegutotheworld #giftgiving #itsthethoughthatcounts 

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