This is very, very awkward and embarrassing. I missed my flight from JFK to PDX. I wish I had solid reasons: my previous connection was delayed thus creating a myriad of missing flights, or there were technical or weather related problems, but no. I looked at a previous flight boarding pass and saw that boarding is at 8:45. It was at 8:30. I didn’t hear … Continue reading Dumb Way to Miss a Flight
My Samsung broke. More exactly, I dropped my old and faithful, and the screen broke. It was time to move on. Since I was getting another chance to buy a phone, I decided to get an I-phone. Why? Well, so I can experience once in my life how things roll with I-phone. I have used my husband’s I-phone, which he sacrificed when saving my life … Continue reading My First Apple
Living in a small town, we need reminder of other big cities. It’s so easy to flow with a small town life and not realize a world outside. When a long weekend came, we were all ready to get out of our shell and get exposed. Seattle, here we are! Space needle is a must!! (Tickets are pricey!) Space needles has a moving glass floor. … Continue reading Seattle
Personally speaking, I don’t like Dollar Store ( a shop which sells everything for $1). First, hear me out and then you may agree with me why I don’t like Dollar Store. Everything they sell is a cheap quality, until it is a brand name. The toys are just to use one/two times. The plasticware is terrible: the lid will turn you into a gorilla … Continue reading Impressed!
If you ever hear a lot of screaming coming from inside a high school gym, don’t be startled. It is probably a team of girls volleyball. I have never been to a volleyball game. The only volleyball I have encountered was in my days of high school. I just remember trying out and ouch. It hurts. The other time I witnessed volleyball was on the … Continue reading Earplugs, please.
I have never ever done these two things before. 1-When I was making my plans, I was as strong as a rock. But when the time came, I felt as weak as an infant. I found myself crying in the shower, driving, and in the morning after breakfast. It was not like me. I am an optimistic person. I was leaving my three munchkins for … Continue reading Leaving…
Who doesn’t love snow? Well, it depends. If you have asked my daughter this question three years ago, you would have regret asking it. She would have given you a horrific, mind torturing scenario of snow. But now she has a different answer. The approach is positive. No, it’s not because I perfected my parenting strategies( I wish! I haven’t found a manual on how … Continue reading Love? Hate?
Tired. Drained. Burnt. These are the feelings you get after losing a race. It started out as a non competing phenomenon. But ended as a race. I got a great start. I knew I would win. But I was lagging behind. It was not working out the way I expected. I lost. (On a side note, this race was for who gets their bag filled … Continue reading A Lost Race
Around three months ago, I took on a couple of challenges: – started tutoring Math, – became a supplemental instructor for college algebra – enrolled in Calculus – enrolled in a 200 Bio class At first, I was excited. I enjoyed the challenge. Juggling around with my time, making sure to be proactive. But as time went by, the “love” started to fade. It started … Continue reading I survived!
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