Christmas is right around the block, and it is never too early to start buying presents for friends and family, in fact if you are just starting to shop now, its a little bit too late I think. About a week ago, I went to Powerplant Mall with my mom to buy gifts for family friends. In the past, it was my mom who did all the shopping but this year, she told me I was in charge of picking out the presents for family and friends. I had a list on my hand and ready to shop for over 30 people, this was just the first batch of presents we had to get. Its always handy have a list so you don’t forget anyone.
As I was about to step inside the mall, my mom stopped me, turning to the Moonlit Bazaar. There were a large variety of stalls with many choices: Clothes, shoes, accessories, shoes, blankets and much more. I got accessories for the girls my age, and they were different in a good way. For the babies, I was able to get onesies that had quotes like, ‘Smart like daddy, cute like Mommy’. Those things really put a smile on my face. Blankets were something I had to get. I bought quite a few with many different styles, and they were soft. Really soft, like floating on clouds.
Spending too much time walking around the crowded bazaar, I decided to continue shopping inside the mall. For the girls, I rushed to Tarte Tatin and grabbed everything that looked adorable. The store Spin, was good for the boys. I normally don’t shop for boys, so it was pretty challenging. All’s well as I was able to buy ‘cool’ shirts, shorts and shoes in the nick of time. The first day of christmas shopping was done!
Last Thursday I had to go back to the mall, this time to buy presents for my school friends, because Friday was the last day of school. Quickly, I found a media pouch that looked pretty useful and picked out 10 different styles. I strolled around the mall until I ended up in BAYO. I spent around forty-five minutes looking for the perfect top for my closest friends. Buying clothes for my friends was very difficult as they have all different styles. But in the end I was able to get everyone a little something.
It is still not over. There is a lot more people to shop for. You’ll hear more about it, sooner than you think. After all, Christmas is a time for giving.