I admit, my life is filled w gratitude stories from many corners. I realized I should share and write about them more. More often than not, the world is a friendly place. And I work damn hard at guiding my own child with that in mind. It's a balance. There have been times where I've … Continue reading Reason #@&$*!?€¢£¥ to be Grateful: What’s Happening in KL
Today after Emma came home from school, I asked her, "how was your day? Anything fun,exciting, or interesting happened?" Emma: it was an ordinary day. Me: Was there anything you can think of that you enjoyed in your ordinary day? Emma: Well, there is something I think is interesting that I learned from today. She … Continue reading Fact of the Day: Where Did the Word Marathon Come From?
Summer is over. School starts today! Ahhh thank goodness. She has little people her own size (sort of) to play with again. Emma got her bag ready last night. Tried rolling her hair with rollers to prepare for her big day at school, but her hair was a bit too short. She set an alarm … Continue reading Year 6, Grade 5.
We did very well in Arlington keeping up with the schedule and being creative with our time. Lots of time with the cousins in Arlington and that's always great thing for M. On some Thursdays, she got to tag along with Ah Ma and Ah Gong to do Tai Chi. She played with her hoolahoop … Continue reading Homeschooling in Texas – Part 2
About a year ago, we wrote a post on why "Online Overdose is Harmful for OUR Family." A few months later we wrote this one "Disconnect to Reconnect 2012." We still spend quite a number of hours on-line. However, we've made a lot of effort to minimize distractions while maximizing our attention to family and … Continue reading An Update: One Year After “Online Overdose is Harmful for OUR Family”
My dear M, Back in June,before the summer, before we went back to the US, you had to say "goodbye" to a few of your friends you've known since year 3, 2010. I knew that it was not an easy thing for you to do. Let's do our best to keep in touch with … Continue reading A 4th Grader in Year 5. Oh My!