Jess and I went to pick up some peaches but I’m so obsessed with them, I’m going to give them their own post. On the way home we drove by these rays of sunshine. it was SO NICE. Thankful for a friend who is always down to stop for flowers.
The world sucks but June was pretty good to me. Other bright spots in June: blueberry picking and a sunrise hike with my qt partner Jess. I will always pull over for a covered bridge. The original Stovall Mill bridge and second rebuild both washed away. Currently eating very bland food for my dumb guts […]
Not counting docs, these are the movies I’ve watched and rated 5 stars on Letterboxd this year! Fast Color (2018) I watched this one back in January and wrote at the time, “something about this year has made me a fount of blubbering emotion… I’m not sure if it’s the timing but Fast Color really […]
Wowwowwow. Blueberries plucked from the bush are so much richer and jammier and more delicious than the berries you buy in the grocery store. We went to Damn Good Dawg Farms in Watkinsville. The Saharan dust cloud had turned the sky a dusty gray that looked very strange above us. It didn’t look like a […]
June 20, 2020 To honor the end of spring and first day of summer, we headed to Currahee to catch the sunrise. I’ve been lucky to catch the sunrise here three times now- each time has been different and wonderful. Our walk started in the dark, under a blanket of crisp stars. Over the hour, […]
5/31 March for a World Without Cops & 6/6 Justice for Black Lives After a lifetime of meek support, I’m finally committing to be anti-racist in at least these ways: donating, writing gov’t reps, attending rallies, educating myself on my own privileges as an Asian American/harm of the model minority myth, and making a point […]
May 2018 St Helena Island with my mom and Ifetayo (I’ve known her since childhood but this was my first time seeing her again as an adult)! This was a lovely weekend. We also passed thru Charleston and the Sheldon Church ruins too.
2007 My mom helped me settle in my first week living in Seattle and we took daytrips to Mount Rainier and the Hoh Rainforest (I didn’t drive then). I only made it back to each of those parks one more time while I lived there but they’ve been on my mind a lot recently. I […]
Thank you, Alonzo Auto Parts & Wrecker Service and Crispy Printz for this fence of painted buses. It is an art oasis and I’m excited to see how it evolves next year.
Usually, I would prefer a mountain trail to a waterfall trial. BUT Hemlock Falls is an exception- it’s an easy and and relatively flat walk (no climbing back up afterwards!), with beautiful creek views along the way. I liked how the trail was wet from the water and covered in slippery roots. I was the […]