Christmas is over. The festivities are done. Trees have been put away. Lights have been taken down. The leftovers are finished by now and others (like me) are back at work. That being said, now is a good time to reflect on this past festive season. Seeing as I plan on moving out soon I thought I’d give people a heads up on what to expect if they should decide to come over to my place over the festive season or any other holiday in general.
I have early mornings everyday so when a holiday comes along I grab the opportunity to sleep in with both hands. Chances are if you come to my place before 9am, I’m not going to open the gate. To that person who came to my mom’s house at 7am. I heard you banging on the gate. You woke me up. I’m the only one who heard and yes I ignored you purposefully.
If you wanna come visit during the day, call me and let me know. It will not be my fault if you pitch at my gate and find me not at home or find me on my way out. Unless you’ve travelled over oceans, I’m not going back into the house to entertain you.
Don’t visit me and then dictate what I must cook for you. Unless you have allergies or you brought your own groceries or you are gonna slave over the stove yourself, don’t tell me what to make. My house, my kitchen, my rules.
If you haven’t bothered to look for me during the year, don’t call me just before Christmas telling Christmas yasvika ka (Christmas is upon us) and you need a plan a.k.a groceries a.k.a money. Not gonna happen!
Last but not least don’t overstay your welcome. I like people who visit for short periods of time (max. 3 days unless I really like you then you can stay longer). That way if you ever wanna visit again, I’ll be more willing to let you stay.