Wow. It’s the time of the year again, the most celebrated Sabbat of the modern day Pagans. It’s the new year, it’s the day the ancestors are honored, divination rituals performed to begin the year and festivals are being held in the honor of the gods. It is generally celebrated on October 31st but some preferred it to be November 1st.
I just wanted to greet you guys. I have nothing much to say about how I’ll celebrate this day, since I’ll be at work from 2pm until midnight. Well, I’m not really saying I feel bad about it. Somehow, it’s a good thing because I’ll have additional pay on my salary because it’s a holiday. Hehehe.. 😀
Anyway, I still have work to do later. Enjoy the rest of the day guys! I’ll go to cemetery tomorrow to visit Mamang and Tatang (my grandparents) and maybe light a candle for Creden later..
Ciao! Merry Meet! and Merry Part! 🙂
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