Happy New Year! Gosh, 2020 already, eh? I remember when I was younger, I took a calculator and punched in 2020-1993 which gave me the ripe ol' age of 27. At that time, I thought 2020 was years away, and that 27 was "old". But, here we are! In one of my previous jobs, a … Continue reading Happy New Year!
Wishing you guys all a warm and blessed Thanksgiving this year! This year, we decided to hot pot instead of our usual turkey dinner. Since Friendsgiving back in 2017, we've been celebrating this holiday low key with just each other. Easy hot pot for 2 I haven't been as active on my blog as I … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving, Canada!
After we left Auckland, it was time for sunny Gold Coast, Australia! For those who are following and wondered why we went back and forth in Australia, I did some multi-city trip planning and it was cheaper and shorter to fly from Australia to Vietnam than from NZ. Throughout our time in NZ, we kept … Continue reading Gold Coast, Australia
Christmas Eve 2018 Being the newbie at work, I was the one who had to stay during the holidays and sure, I have no family or friends to spend the holidays with so I do make the perfect candidate for coming into work but it was sooooo dead. It sucks even more that I'm new … Continue reading Merry Christmas + Happy New Year!
Saturday, December 29th, 2018 LOL, I honestly can't help but laugh when I look at how consistent I am at blogging... because I can have spurts of 10 entries scheduled and then be quiet for the remainder of the month or two. I can't believe it's the end of the year already! It's surreal to … Continue reading Journal Entry #005
Happy Thanksgiving to all my readers! Last year, we had Friendsgiving and it was a blast! Unfortunately, this year, everyone in our group was busy and ended up doing different things. Rather than letting Thanksgiving go to "waste", Dan and I decided to have our own little Thanksgiving dinner. We celebrated Thanksgiving last night because … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!
Last week was Thanksgiving (in Canada) so... happy belated Thanksgiving! This year was Dan's and I's first Thanksgiving together (which means we're almost celebrating one year soon!). We travelled out to Surrey to visit our mutual friends and the gracious hosts of the Thanksgiving dinner. Since my family doesn't celebrate Thanksgiving, and Dan's family is … Continue reading Friendsgiving 2017