[tag]Happy New Year[/tag] [tag]2007[/tag]. My ears are still ringing from the din of our neighbors merriment. The house across our home were filled with party revelers spewing [tag]firecrackers[/tag] blast and [tag]fireworks[/tag] display starting at 9:00 PM till midnight. It’s been a long time since I’ve inhaled so much toxic smoke considering the village we live is relatively peaceful. Next year, I should remind myself to check in at a hotel to avoid this racket. The street looked like a warzone with debris of the fireworks strewn all over. The firecrackers’ explosion created so much noise I could barely hear anyone beside me for the whole duration. The girls were furious and scared of the noise. I mean , we can take in some noise but these were like total destruction to our eardrums. While taking the video, sparks flew towards our front porch hitting me on my arms. That’s how powerful it was. Listen to this nerve-wracking firecrackers explosion.
Our celebration is so tame compared to our neighbors. Here are videos of our fireworks
I placed the garden hose beside us just in case the fireworks go haywire.
After the kisses. a short prayer and the fireworks, we had a small noche buena. Aside from the buco salad, I prepared a pasta disk and pochero. We all agreed that we should look positively to the new year. However, 2007 is the Year of the Fire Boar:
THE BOAR is perceived to be the laziest and most sluggish of the 12 creatures in the Chinese zodiac, so lazy that it ended up last in the rotating cycle of animal signs.
But that doesn’t mean that the coming Year of the Fire Boar, which starts on Feb. 18, will be an uneventful one.
According to feng shui expert Marites Allen, the year of the fire boar will bring some interesting developments, both positive and negative.
We are moving to a new home before the year ends. L is graduating from college. Many good things await us this year.
So how was your New Year’s Eve Celebration?