Business trips for me never leave enough time to explore the city. I may go to some really fun places like Orlando or Vegas but usually only see the inside of a conference room. And then it’s back on the plane and back to the insanity I left behind at the office. Continue reading I ate my way through San Diego
So, this is a short, vulgar post. I’m sorry, Mommy. I hope you believe me when I say that, as a 30-something-year-old, respectful child of yours, I have never spoken the following curse out loud. Continue reading How to swear around the world
Who remembers that song, “Cumberland Gap”?
Is this even a real song? The words go like this: Going Wesssssttttt!!! In a covered wagonnn. Gid-a-long muuuule!!! Giddy up, giddy up! [something something something] Across the Cumberland gaaaaaapppp… Continue reading Random thoughts while traveling
I’ve been experiencing this nagging feeling the past few weeks.
It started the day my mom, Paa, and Loung Facetimed me from the Korean airport, en route to Laos. We bought Mom an iPad so that she could “see” us when we couldn’t come home from wherever we are. And apparently, since she is more of a world traveler than I am these days, we need it to keep up with her. Continue reading Home is where….
I’ve been told that I’m a good cook. I make things that are edible and nourishing and occasionally pleasing to the eye. My abilites are nowhere close to my chef brother though, and I don’t always win in the kitchen. Amongst the most memorable of my kitchen disasters is the time I thought a pastry mat was made of silicone and it melted in the oven. Zero biscuits survived the incident. Continue reading In the Kitchen with Noony: the glory and the sorrow