Thank you Grandma Peng. You were a wonderful human being and you touched many lives. You treated me with kindness and love, even when I was an annoying, hyperactive child. Rest in peace, and I hope you’re winning all your mahjong games wherever you are now. I’ll miss you.Read more "Grandma Peng: A Remembrance"
As my title states, 2018 is upon us. I made one new year’s resolution last year, and it was to leave the state once a month. Aside from a handful of cheesed trips, I successfully accomplished that goal! (I’ll update this post with links as I finish my blog posts) January: Cincinatti February: Indiana, Shanghai, […]Read more "2018 is here"
Not much to show this week. I decided to update my blog on Wednesdays instead. It gives me a little more time to organize pictures and thoughts in the likely event that I am busy well into the evening on Sundays. This past week was a pretty relaxing week. We saw two movies: Life & […]Read more "Movies a plenty"
So last time I had a “No chain store pizza party”, which basically meant you can’t bring Domino’s, Pizza Hut, Little Caesar’s, etc. Each person brought a large pizza, and we all learned about new pizza places that were more local and had unique pizzas. I still go to Curry on Crust since that […]Read more "Pizza Party"
This past weekend I managed to convince a lot of my coworkers to come with us to the High Ropes Course in West Bloomfield. December of last year, there was a buy two get one free tickets deal for the holidays. I had so much fun on my birthday last year, that I figured I’d […]Read more "High Ropes – Summer Edition"
Nassau was the final stop of the cruise before we headed back to New York. I decoupled from the rest of the group and slept in before I headed out. A vast majority of the group went to Atlantis, which I’m told was amazing. I didn’t want to spend the money and opted to explore […]Read more "New York -> Bahamas Cruise • Day 5: Nassau"
Day 4 of the cruise brought us to a private island owned by Norwegian Cruise Lines – Great Stirrup Cay. We learned that the island was bought for $25 million as an investment in the area. Since there was no port, we had to take a tender over.There was a rather long wait for […]Read more "New York -> Bahamas Cruise • Day 4: Great Stirrup Cay"