There was great internal debate as to whether I would post about this online. I’m not wont to share much of my personal life online, especially in highly exposed fora of arenas such as Facebook. (I won’t go into it too much here, but I’m highly averse to the voyeuristic nature of Facebook and other […]Read More Rings and Things
I’m not much one for new year’s resolutions because I dislike the idea that resolutions generally happen on new year’s, and that I generally allow myself to fail them because trying to keep track of and succeed at so many resolutions is overwhelming (excuses, excuses, I know!). Instead, I choose to make my resolutions throughout […]Read More Hello 2015!
Happy New Year, folks. Here’s to 2015 being a helluva lot better than 2014. (Above is a little sneak peak at an upcoming post about our trip down the Pacific Coastline earlier this year.)Read More Happy New Year!
Ever since I was an infant, I have been traveling. My mother managed to haul me and two suitcases full of necessities to Asia before I turned one. Since then, between moving all over the country with my parents, I consistently returned to Asia every few years to visit my parents’ families. That’s probably where […]Read More (T-Minus 3) A Thankful Ten Days Before Christmas: Traveling
I get the distinct feeling that my eyes look more goldfish than human. Today, anyway. I’ve been feeling like a sick monkey all day. My head feels like a time bomb, ready to explode, and my nose is bright red and about to fall off my face, I’ve rubbed it so much. I’ve gone through […]Read More (T-Minus 5) A Thankful Ten Days Before Christmas: Photography and the Little Things
There’s something calm and serene about a city at night. When the waters of the San Francisco Bay lie just so, and the glow of the city casts an orange shadow of light into the sky, I can’t help but smile. It transforms the mundane into the mystical. It’s Christmas lights on all year round. […]Read More Night Visions of San Francisco