I always thought that taking Calculus will turn me into a Mathematician. It was that class when people took it, I considered them to be Math geniuses. So far, I feel nothing. This has been my first week, only. The most important thing that I have learned is that this class is not called Calculus. It is called Calc! If you know someone who “claims” … Continue reading Calc!
If you live anywhere on the Oregon coast, it’s mandatory for you to be a part of Prefontaine Memorial Run. It’s a must! Before moving to this area, I had no idea who was Prefontaine(until my really good family friend told us). He was a legendary runner who died in a car accident at the peak of his running career at age 24. People commemorate … Continue reading Prefontaine
How can someone ignore this living in Coos Bay, Oregon? I love driving by HWY 101 knowing a majestic vessel might be there. The ships come and go. This is a wood chip container. Continue reading Princess Haru
Something big (good) is bound to happen today. World peace. Wars, no more. All hatred down the drain. My husband did something. He has disrupted the system. It was deemed inevitable. It was impossible. He is not that kind of a guy. You won’t expect a lion to fly or you won’t expect a bird to roar. Right? It’s impossible. He woke super early. (Not … Continue reading First Step
When we bought a new house, we knew that one room stinked. I mean truly stink. If you would go in there, there is a 100 % guarantee you will throw up. The room smelled like cat pee(I know cat pee, I have a cat). I knew I had to change the carpet before we moved in. One of my friend’s suggested to use KILLZ … Continue reading My Carpet Story
Believe it or not, we all have advisors (not only students). Let me explain. Imagine you are choosing a outfit from your wardrobe or a store to wear for an important event. You text your friend or even a family member to choose. You listen to their advise, blindly. That’s your “Fashion advisor.” These days there are so many channels, so many movies. Hard to … Continue reading Your Advisor?
This is a pretty mellow hike. It starts at a park. But if you stumble on a “murder” weapon, the hike gets feisty. My six years old got spooked out. She said she and her siblings don’t want to end up like Batman. We should not go to this trail again. We didn’t finish the hike. But one day, I do want to see where … Continue reading South Simpson Ridge Trail
My alarm went off at 7:30am. Already time to wake up. “How about I don’t go for PiYo today. I can do it in the evening class. After all, I am tired from yesterday’s workout. Have already worked three times this week. Ok. I will sleep. Thirty minutes passed. Can’t sleep. Feeling guilty. Urghhh… Why didnt I go!” Note to self: don’t listen to self … Continue reading Note to Self
The past eight weeks have been a continuous juggle. Juggle between Math 112 online and : vacation, driving kids to their summer activities, and moving. Every second of the past eight weeks, I was doing something. If I looked at a culdesac while riding bicycles with my kids, I would think of the unit circle. While packing, if I saw some ethernet cable on the … Continue reading Math 112
I usually don’t read newspaper. I use websites or mostly Facebook to find out what’s happening. If it’s raining back home, I will see various posts about rain, no school, etc. Or if some political issues are heating up, people will change their status accordingly. Or if some team won/lost, there will alwaysbe reaction. I have subscribed to the local newspaper to keep up with … Continue reading News