I have a deaf sister but I don’t claim to be an expert on deafness trivia… but still… shouldn’t anyone know that Vincent Van Gogh just cut off one of his ears and that he wasn’t deaf? Did I miss … Continue reading
Ever have one of those moments like fate slapping you in the face saying “you made a bad decision somewhere today”? Well I had one of those in the form of a moment suitable for any light hearted comedy about … Continue reading
I’ve survived what should’ve been my father’s 60th birthday without any emotional melt downs. I really wanted to try to take the day off work but my kids had their mid-terms. It’s a good thing. I was fantastically busy all … Continue reading
Wherever you are, whoever you are. Tell your father you love him. As much as possible. A child’s love should be unconditional, as much as a parent’s.
Do you have any idea how much I love this watch? From Shilin night market.
Han has been bringing up “pottery making” for awhile and finally last month we went. Meg, Han and I hopped a train and went to Yingge (also Yinge, and Yingko… sounds like Ing-Ah) township within Taipei County. Yingge is a … Continue reading
Oh geez. Please don’t tell my mother (the ginger pusher). I’m never going to live this one down. Click here to view the BBC article.
shirt reads: Dicso Palyoby Fueur (think that’s supposed to be fever) Oenp all nght
My new favourite t-shirt. I have to get another photo wearing it. It’s so obviously a girls shirt. That’s what makes it so funny.
I have some stories I haven’t told on here from my first span of time in Taiwan (May 2005 – August 2005) and since I’m short on material I figure I’ll start digging in the archives. I worked really hard … Continue reading
Note: I’ve put instructions for how to get to this part of Taiwan on the bottom of this post for any Taipei residents. This weekend was my first time visiting Jioufen. Jioufen is located on the North-Eastern coast of Taiwan … Continue reading