Today, I did something different. Instead of posting a current picture, I decided to take a picture that I took last year in August. I thought this would be a nice way to reflect upon who I was before. Here I am at work with two of my friends. Although it looks like I am […]
I can’t wait! I haven’t seen a live MMA show in a long time. Almost 7 months, I think. Sorry, I wish I could type more, but I’m that excited! I can’t think of any words to describe how I feel right now.
Look at those eyes. If I was a mind reader, she is praying for the sandwich to drop my sandwich to the ground. Luckily, with many years of training, I ignored those eyes. It sin’t easy, but I powered through it. My three year old Beagle named Sumo is my first “adult” dog. Once I […]
This is Hawai’i’s State Capitol. It’s really beautiful from a far. This building is shaped like a volcano with a molt around it. There is no sky light or roof, it is open for all the rain, wind, and rain. Hence, the volcano look. This building follows the no back door policy. Apparently, politicians (not […]
I can’t believe the summer is over. It just seemed like yesterday I saying goodbye to this place. Right before summer, I made myself some goals. Lose weight and get healthy Get happy Blog more Read more Don’t sweat the small stuff All in all, I accomplish all my goals. I wish I lost more […]
When I was younger, every summer my dad would take me to this pool during his lunch break. We would swim and horse around for about 30 mins before heading back home. I was always impressed with the older kids ability to dive down to the bottom. When I visit the community swimming pool during […]
I took this picture while riding the escalator in Neiman Marcus. I never noticed the sky light before I took this picture. There is no filter, but the light makes the picture have a filter effect. It almost like a dream sequence in a movie.
This sign is famous in Hawaii. The Hawaii Theater is in the heart of downtown, which opened in 1922. It used to show picture movies, but closed down at 1985. During that time concerned citizens raised about $20 million dollars to renovate and reopen this historical monument. The theater was reopened in 1995 and renovations continued […]
I am lucky to still be living in my childhood home and I can’t imagine living anywhere else. Right by my house is a popular park with a softball field. Any given Sunday, I see men in their late 40′s, 50′s, 60′s, and even 70′s playing a serious game of baseball. The softball field has […]
This is my first “child” Saki. I talk about my beagle, Sumo, a lot, but I really love them both. Saki is an indoor cat, but once in a while she is allowed to roam outside. I was doing some DIY-ing, which will be featured in my new blog, JenThinks. The whole time I was […]