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You Too?

You too?

Early October brought awareness to what feels like a constant open wound; the topic, sexual harassment. As most of you know, famous Harvey Weinstein was accused of sexual harassing and assaulting at least three dozen women, women sharing their voices in articles that have been popping up all over the news in the last three weeks. 829 more words

Our New England Fall

When my children were young we used to gather colorful leaves and iron them between pieces of waxed paper to preserve them. There is something magical about the wonderful colors of fall leaves. 488 more words

Perspective

Mid-Autumn Festival

When we were first married, we decided that while in America, we would “super celebrate” Chinese holidays in order to make them feel special. If we ever lived in China, we would do the opposite. 395 more words

Culture

Sunday Success Round-Up

I think I’m going to start a series of posts every Sunday wherein I round up my successes of the week. Chances are that nobody cares, but I do, so here we are. 247 more words

Is That All...

A couple of weeks ago, I was part of a conversation where the question was asked, “Why did God create us if we weren’t destined for something greater? 716 more words

Christian

What is Cross-Stitching?

Whenever I am cross-stitching I sometimes ask myself why I cross-stitch. I finally figured out the answer after cross-stitching for many years. This hobby of mine is a way for me to de-stress. 99 more words

Perspective

Life

Life is made up of little cries and little smiles. You get hardships, adversities, setbacks, pains, rejections and no’s from people and from the situation you are having and you actually feel uncomfortable and suffocated while not wanting things around you which actually give you panic attacks, depression and anxiety which cause your alive body feel dead and stop you from pushing and stretching yourself every single day. 935 more words

Life