I made it!
I often tell my aunt and mom I am healthy with tiny problems.
My first incident with public manner was about three years ago (and I wrote about it) and for a long time, this subject had escaped my mind but recently, it came flying back like a boomerang.
Today has been one of those days.
This morning I woke up and realized the house ice cold.
Okay, here’s the thing – I am daring yet I have a minor fear of heights and a great fear of falling.
I want to thank my blogging friends for the birthday greetings on Facebook and the award nominations on WordPress. You truly made my day.
Ah, autumn, the season where the leaves are turning colors and falling and the temperatures are slowly going from warm to chilly to freezing.
I was shivering with anger by the time I arrived home today. You would too if you had spent the day stuck in traffic and playing detour.
You would think that after 40 first days of school, I would be some sort of expert by the 41st first day of school. Still, the fear continued.
In 6th grade, I thought I was wrongly accused of cheating on a spelling test.
Most people would consider me a tolerant person because I don’t get angry easily, because no matter how much I hurt, I hold it in, and because I never unleash my anger on anyone.
2016 has been a long year and this feels like the longest summer of my life.
At the end of July, I wrote about a vivid and dramatic dream I had about my mom and I vacationing on an island.
Ever since I bought my plane ticket for China last month, I’ve been craving Chinese food.
I woke up this morning with a blast of sunshine in my eyes after forgetting to close the blinds before heading to bed last night.
“I’m quitting.” How hard was that to say?
Have you ever hear of the phrase, the second time will be easier than the first time? This saying did not hold true for me yesterday.
After over a decade, I’m once again making a journey to the place I have roamed all those years before I came to the U.S.
Did I tell you about the time when I had to make the decision of whether to keep my Chinese name or take an English name?
I would love to go to a place like in the picture right now, with rapid flowing water generating a cool breeze in this sweltering heat.
Today is the first day of the second block of the summer semester and my emotions have been all over the place: sleep deprivation, exhaustion from taking tests, joy deprivation not to mention very annoyed.
This is Utah. You are always surrounded by mountain ranges, one after another and most of the time, you’ll find yourself driving toward a mountain but never reaching it.