Monday, November 16, 2009

Don't Eat it ~!

We got called to be the nursery leader for 3+ yr olds in our ward. Yesterday was out first time in there, we had about 5 girls and 1 little boy. They are all cute, and I am glad that they are cute. The only boy is names Carter, and he had bleach blond hair, cut just right above his eyes. He has rosy cheeks with bright dark blue eyes. He doesn't speak much, but if you ask him about Mario Karts, he will kept on talking. His favorite color is orange, so he colors his drawing all in orange. When his dad came pick him up, the other teacher was trying to figure out which one was Carters. The dad just pointed to the paper covered in orange crayons and said " It's probably that one, it's his favorite color." Indeed, it is Carters.

we were also making pizzas with play dough, but we told them not to eat it. Just Pretend to eat it, but not really eating it. I think one of the girls forgot, and totally took a bite out of that slice play dough pizza she had. I guess it's because we were all making toppings like pepperoni, sausage, and other yummy stuff. Kids were hungry.

I kinda like them =^.^=

During part of the 3rd hour, we were combined with 2 of the younger classes. One of the little girls looked like Susan Boyle. I know this might sound mean, but you have to admit it's a bit funny

Monday, October 26, 2009

Nu Skin Convention and A new Website

I found out today that I am on Nu Skin's international site! How exciting!!

check out this site

Last week was Nu Skin's 25th anniversary celebration in LA, and there were many distributors came to Provo to check out the corporate building. Making sure that we are a legit company i guess. They were all so excited to be here, and they just want to take photos of EVERYTHING!!! they took pictures of people's offices, the photos in the offices, the name tag right outside of the office. I took many photos for these excited distributors, and i was probably in a couple of them, too.

Asian women like blond hair and blue eyes boys. One of my co-worker who happened to work with me at the same place, was showered with flirty smile, touched, and just alot of love towards him. One overly excited Japanese woman grabbed my co-worker, sat down next to him on the couch in that office. She linked her arm with his, and then put her hand on his lap without realizing it was really close to his manhood. 'nough said. She yelled out " My American boyfriend!!" when i was taking the photo for them.

It was a fun experience, i am glad that i am done with the tours. I am very tired.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

When Steve goes to sleep

There is an obvious reason why I have to go to bed before Steve does....

1. He makes the bed too hot, and I can't fall asleep. Unless I am cold, then it feels nice
2. I would stay up too late if i don't sleep when he tells me do. Yes, I do need at least 9 hours of sleep every day. Else I'd be like a zombie
3. If Steve goes to bed before I do, I get too creative. For example, last night he had to go to bed early, so he could wake up early for his LSAT. I wasn't tired, so I watched a movie, made cherry jello, made a chocolate pie, and found a can of wood stain and stained the bathroom cabinet.

You see, I was just too excited when I found the stain. Because our cabinets needs some update, i thought stain would just give it a little face lift. I didn't know the whole house would smell like paint for the next how ever many hours. I lit the match, trying to burn off the smell. I seriously thought that I might kill Steve on accident with the paint smell. Then i plugged in the good smelly stuff, it didn't work. And then i i had a fan drying the wood stain. when i was moving the fan over to the bathrom, the bottom of the fan (the stand) fell off. I was like... OH CRAP!! cuz it was Steve's fan... luckily i found the screw on the floor and fixed it. I end up just burning a candle, and it got rid of most smell.

Lesson learned, don't get too excited when Steve goes to bed before i do. And don't stain the wood at 2AM in the morning. It gets you high!!

Friday, September 25, 2009

Voice lessons

It's been about 5 years since I sang and danced on the stage. There something about performing on stage, and the lights hitting my face. It's warm and exciting. I love when people stand up and clap, and I miss it dearly. Singing lets me express myself, and it is quite stress relief by doing so. By the time I am done with the rehearsal, I just feel exuberant... and relaxed.

I looked up for another local theatre, and they offer voice lessons. Hey, why not. I called the voice instructor, left a message wanting more information about it. After i hung up, i realized that I gave the first half of my number, and second half of Steve's cell number. Genius move! not. I called back and left another message with the correct phone number. He probably think i am such a dork before meeting me.

I shall update on my progress of the voice lesson.

*************** STEVE LSAT *******************

Steve is taking LSAT this saturday morning, and he is still sick. Prayers needed.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

audition experience

So, I thought did well. At least I thought I was way better than the old lady who couldn't even hit the right note. I know that i struggled with the E natural then F then E flat, that was the most challenging part... but I know I didn't suck that bad.

There were 8 openins 2 of each for Soprano, alto, tenor, and bass. So I really only have also or soprano. The lady who was holding the audition knew the two altos... so i decide to try out for soprano. I thought i have a pretty good chance. Then this old lady walk in half an hour late. She did her quartez, didn't hit her note, didn't start on time. It was just ...anyway. I did better. and i know she got the part cuz she knew the director.

I am a little bummed, and i miss singing. I shall try again.

Steve and I will do a Pi Pi Christmas Production, I got the lead. HAHA I know, we are dorks huh.

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Friday, August 28, 2009

Carpe Diem

Carpe Diem is a latin phrase from Horse's poem, and it is usually translated as " Sieze the day". There are also other translations fromthe bible, " If not now, when?"

I strongly believe when one is presented with unexpected opportunity, one should take it and make the best out of it. For example, the verse from Ecclesiaste 9:9 "
Live joyfully with the wife whom thou lovest all the days of the life of thy vanity, which he hath given thee under the sun, all the days of thy vanity: for that is thy portion in this life, and in thy labour which thou takest under the sun."

I would like to be the sponge, a very large one, soak up and learn everything I can. Today, I pledge to myself, I will take every opportunity I can, and not waste any time. I will do it, even if the people around me won't.

  • I will go to the gym, and enjoy yoga, running, swimming, zumba... etc
  • I will be fit!!
  • I will walk outside and take pictures, print the ones i like and hang them up in my house. Maybe make some post cards while I am at it.
  • I will learn all the Utah mom's baking recipe
  • I will go salsa dance when Tyffani invites me
  • I will laugh so hard till i cry
  • I will learn all the language i can
  • I will read till my eyes fall out
  • I will travel the world, eat yummy food.
  • I will go to all the concerts, symphany, musicals, plays, dance productions and etc
  • I will take off my clothes and jump in the ocean like I did at Barcelona.
  • I will take every opportunity and do things I have never done before, even if i suck at it, or no one else wants too do them with me. I will do them myself, and too bad for them..
  • I will not waste another minute of my life not trying something because no on else wants to try them with me.
  • I will, I will, I WILL, and I CAN~!!

I've done it before, why did I ever stop doing these things that I like? I will pick it up again, and enjoy life.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

I miss Cindy Ford

I have a friend named Cindy Ford, who always takes on any dares. If you dare her to do something, she will never fail you. Cindy is caring, loving, funny, and has a tender soul, and she is currently teaching English in Annyong, Korea. She has a an interesting blog... click on the pic below... check her blog out.

Cindy and I met for the first time in a French study abroad orientation. I guess she was good friends with the director, Dr. Lee... and she just says random stuff and stare at him with her huge blue eyes. I seriously thought this woman can kill me with her thumb if she really wants to. I thought she was way ganstah.... Then we were in Paris together, and she seemed pretty normal.

I just love cindy, she's so nice and easy going. She likes sushi, and she's not afraid to try asian food. I think she probably eats more weird asian food than i would ever eat, since she's in Korea now. Wonder if she'd eat live squid.


I just want to tell you how much I appreciate you to be my friend and accept my weirdness. Thank you for going to London with me, we had some good time with the giant pair of testicle at Kingscross Station. Thank you for eating chinese food with me, and thank you for listening and understanding when i vent. Thank you for flying out to LA and be my bridesmaid, it means the world to me to have a friend like you.


your fav Jenn

Monday, August 3, 2009

Ferb Attack!

For those of you knew my little pets, Phineas and Ferb ( they are dwarf hamsters). They were separated couple months ago, cuz they got in a fight, and Phineas decide to bite Ferbs butt off. Anyway, since then they have live peacefully in their separate cages, with their own amenities. Running wheels, food, water, igloo house, and a sand bath tub. Having 2 cages for 2 different hamsters seems a little space wasting. So i decide to put Phineas a Ferb together again, hoping they'll forget the loath they have towards each other.

I put Phineas in Ferbs cage, and P just sniffed around. Ferb came out from the pile of the purple pee absorbing stuff, saw phineas.... and then Ferb charged at Phineas, got on top of him, and probably bit him too. I quickly separate them again.... i guess they still hate each other. 2 cage is good for now... never put 2 hamster together again. I don't want a hamster fight pit in my own home.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Cell phone & biking

The technology has changed so rapidly in the past decade, the cellular phone has also become more popular and accessible to everyone. And i think people have become more stupid by having more technology. It seems like people are getting into more accidents while talking on the cell phone. It's bad enough when people are chatting, and texting while driving. It is even worse when people are doing those things when they are on the bike. I guess those people are multi-talented? or they are just simply retarded.

take an example from the photo below.

Doesn't this just seem dangerous?

some people are even texting when they are on the bike, or walking.

"Research has consistently shown cell phone use to be a dangerous endeavor for drivers. A 2003 study by the University of Utah found talking on the phone while driving causes the same impairments as driving drunk." (Text messaging adds to growing accident statistics of 'inattentive' drivers By Melissa Heckscher Monday, November 27 2006, 12:56 AM EST )

so is there such thing as drunk "biking"?? who knows. people just be careful when you are doing it. Text can wait.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Peanut m&m's

Stupid vending maching wouldn't let me push 4, so I tried 3 just wondering if it is skipping 4. Then a bag of Peanut m&m's dropped down. How lame? that's not what I wanted. While holding the unwanted Peanut m&m's in my hand, a childhood memory of candy selling immersed my mind. " I hated it" was the word that I was thinking. "And it was hot". Why do american elementary school children have to sell candies to raise money?

My first school year in US was the second semester of 6th grade, it was time to raise money to go to the 6th grade camp. I have never sold candy or done any fund raising activities prior coming to the US. It was new to me, and.... I didn't speak English. Some parents just bought the whole case of the chocolate, so their kids don't have to go door-to-door in a hispanic neighborhood and maybe get killed while raising money for the stupid camp.

My family thought it was a great idea for me to emerge into the american culture faster, so they send me off and taught me how to say " would you like to buy some candy to support our school?" which is really lame. Looking back, I Looked like.... wait,,, I actually have a photo of it.

( I am the one on the left. I got sooo dark from swimming, and I start to look like a Mexican with asisn eyes)

anyway, I will not let my children do door-to-door selling. I'd invite my neighbors, people that I know over to my house and let my kids sell candy to them that way. or i'll just buy the whole box... or just pay for the darn camp myself. No selling necessary.

Who knew, a little bad of Peanut m&m's can arouse so much emotions.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Obsessed in Hello Kitty

Question of the day from a cute blond girl that I work with.

" Jenn, why are grown asian women are obsessed with Hello Kitty stuff?"

I really don't know, but I have come into a conclusion that Asian kids are deprived in their childhood. They go to school from 7am to 4pm, and then go to the tutoring center till 10pm. Wake up the next morning and do it all over again. No time to play, so they play and act like 13 year olds when they are 30?

I guess it's cute???

everything doesn't have to be kawayi (cute in japanese)... when you pass certain age, and you still act and dress like that. I think it just make you look retarded.

I think i've been living in US too long, and I can not stand when girls use the fake little girls voice to talk all the time in public. Once again, it sounds retarded.


what's up with the hand poses by your face?
I have to confess that I sed to do it when I was in high school... i probably shouldn't even do it in the first place. It was peer pressure, all my friends were doing it.

take this photo for an example.

it's like..." what the hell??" why?

They make themselves look like cartoon characters.

For my friends who are reading this, I don't hate my culture. but I am just culturally clashed

oh, there's also eye contact lenses that makes the darker part of your eyes bigger. So, you can look like a cartoon character.

I found this on someone elses blog. i don't think it's cool. just looks weird.

anyway.... i am done.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Catching up on American History

Since I was born in Taiwan, a good chunk of my life was spend in Taiwan, under traditional chinese parents. Although most of my significant years are spend in the states, I still feel the need to catch up on the pop culture. Sometimes when people are talking, making jokes, or referencing to certain TV shows or songs... I often feel left out. cuz i have no idea what they are talking about. It's not that I am dumb or anything, I just didn't grow up watching the Gilligan Island, or the Brady Bunch. If you asked me about the stuff in Taiwan during my childhood, i'd probably know most of it.

When Steve found out that I have not watched Star Wars, he got all the DVDs for me and watched them with me. He is such a trooper! He would explain things to me, so i'd understand what's going on. I think my favorite character is Yoda, he is just so serene and in tune with the "Force". On top of that, he fights like no others. The little green thing can jump high. One of my favorite scene is when Yoda just climbed Chubaka, he is just the cutest 500 year old thing i've ever seen. In episode 4, when Luke Skywalker found him on this muddy planet, Yoda just acted like a crazy funny grandpa.

One day I was in the elevator at work, and I saw this flyer with the first line ended with "force". The first thing that came to my mind was the Jedis. The flyer says, " Our mission is to be the Force...." My co worker was in the elevator with me later on of the day, and I made the sound of a light saber, and stance that they do in the movie. She just busted out laughing. Yes, i am catching up on my american history. Star Wars is a must see.

here is the full version of the mission statement:

"Our mission is to be a force
for good throughout the world by empowering people to improve lives with rewarding business opportunities, innovative products, and an enriching, uplifting culture."

Anyway, the next thing I am going to do is.... memorize the Bohemian Rhapsody from Queen. and..... using the slang " ... see a man about a horse" in a sentence!

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Brittish Actors

I am not sure if it's because of their accent? or their bright blue eyes (Harry Potter) I have just noticed that all my favorite actors are from UK.

House M.D. main actor is Hugh Laurie, and he speaks American English flawlessly.

When i saw Angels and Demons.... Ewan McGregor is just the hottest priest i've ever seen... Then i downlaoded Moulin Rouge sound track so I could listen to him sing. " Come what may.."

Liam Neeson, such a good actor. Loved his voice as Aslan! and totally think he's awesome in Star wars.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Cinco de Mayo!!

This is my very first pinata! EVER!! I was very happy to have it, and it was $12.

We put lots candy in there to celebrate the Cinco de Mayo. We even had Mexican food for dinner. When I said, " Happy Cinco de Mayo" to the worker who's dishing up my mexican food, he looked at me like i was an idiot for saying that. Later i found out only the So. Cal Mexicans really celebrated Cinco de Mayo. I guess the Mexican in Utah doesn't really care. I remember there were lots event going on during this celebration back at home, i was surprised it wasn't celebrated here. makes me kinda sad.

Kissing my pinata !! we hung it in the hall way

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Asians & their eye feddish

Growing up, my mom always had a pack of eye lip tapes in her make up station. My mom always gave me the impression that my eyes are ugly, cuz they are single layered. She had natural double layered eyelids that most asians looooooove to have. When she's not around, I always take some out, and tape it on my eye lids. So, I would have double eye lids like my moms. Enough said, I looked like I had two little band-aid on my eyelids.

Most American don't notice this, but asians only have one layer of eyelids. Most asians want double eyelids... it's concieved as pretty. I guess the bigger your eyes are, the prettier you are? I do i have to say.. i like my almond shape eyes alot.

Do you see the difference between before and after? The single eyelid and the "after" double eyelids? It's insane what asian women do to have the face, eye shape and hair color of a caucasian woman.

There are even tapes for your face to make your face look slimmer, longer like a caucasian. Asians tend to have more round and squared face like mine. So what? it's fabulous!

LOVE IT and embrace it people!

Oh, if you are interested in what asians do to their face... check out this site

ESPN, sports... what?

My husband woke up one morning by the question from me, " If a player is drafted to Chargers team, can Chargers immediately trade him for someone else"I was never into sports, until Steve came into my life. I remember watching NCAA for couple weeks with him every night when we were still dating. Last week, we went to both Lakers v.s Jazz basketball game, and I rather enjoy cheering for the Lakers. We both wore our Lakers shirt, and I even had yellow glasses on.

We sat in a section with many Lakers' fan, and some of them had sambrarro (sp?) and panchos on. The Lakers did not let us down on Saturday, we were able to shout "Go Lakers" and the famous "We Want TACOS!!" I guess one of the sports writer could hear us chanting " Utah sucks" over the TV.

Steve is quite happy for the football draft question that woke him, and he is looking forward for more of those surprise sports questions from me.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

2:30 AM mouse catching!

"Honey...." Very soft spoken, "Ferb is out of his cage. I blocked off the kitchen, but i don't know where he went"

My face was buried in the pillow, and probably drooling. I managed to open my eyes, and Steve was next to me.

"Where did Ferb go?" I asked
"I don't know. I felt asleep on the couch, and thought I was dreaming seeing him." Steve went on, "He was right in front of the vent staring at me, and scratching he's balls."
"He what?"
"I wanted to make sure that I wasn't dreaming, and went to check his cage, and he wasn't in his house"
"I'll catch him tomorrow morning, he's not going anywhere"

Then I thought, Ferb could be anywere. I probably should catch him now. I walk out to the living room with my flash light. Seems like Steve was trying to catch that little bugger with my baby blue Martha Stewart mixing bowl already. But was without success.

I check the usual spot, under the couch. No luck there. I went to Steves room, looked every where,,,,, till i saw this light brown spot moving behind the bins in the closet. I sectioned off the place, make sure that he is not going any where. I told Steve i found him, and he got out of the bed, and came help me move the bins. Robo hamsters are wicked fast, but i cupped it with my hand.

Ferb is back in his cage, and we found out that he could stand on his house and squeez himself out of the cage. So, i put my bobby pins accross it like # so the little bugger won't come out. Then i put some cereal cardboard over it.

This happened on monday, and my sleep cycle is still off. All for the little robo hamster, Ferb.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

LOVE STORY (Taylor Swift) meets VIVA LA VIDA (Coldplay) - Piano/Cello - by Jon Schmidt

My two favorite songs together, on my two very favorite instruments! Thanks to Marie who shared the link with me!!!

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Dwarf Hamster

(these aren't mine, just found the pic online. they look the same...)

We have two little Robo Hamsters. They are really tiny, the size of an adult thumb. Most of it are it's fur, so you can imagine how small the little hamsters are. I named them "Ben Dan" and "Huai Dan" first, meaning stupid egg and bad egg. Then i thought it's not a very good name to call them... so they are currently named, Phineas and Ferb. Since they are my favorite cartoon character.

This morning Steve came in to the bedroom, and told me there's only one in the cage. I was like, " uh oh..." Steve had to go to work, and he asked if I could work from home.

Anyway, I made a barrier between the kitchen and living room. So, the mouse won't run under the fridge again. Got my flashlight out, and my mixing bowl. I found the little bugger under the couch. who knows how long it was down there, and who knows where he pooped. Their poop are so small, kinda like 2 poppy seed stack on top of one another.

After moving the couch, scaring Phineas with my flashlight under the couch. He finally ran towards the kitchen where my barrier, (made of 3 Kleenex boses, 1 cereal box, and paper towels). He bounced his head really hard on the Kleenex box, fell back on the ground. Shook it's head a little, and i cornered it, and scooped it into my Martha Stewart turquoise mixing bowl.

what an accomplishment!!!

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

control freak

Have you ever seen anyone wash their hands with almost boiling hot water with antibacterial hand soap at least 2~3 times in one setting? I understand some people just don't like to touch things, because they feel that they might be getting germs. But com'on, without germs, we wouldn't be able to build up the immune system we have to fight the real problem germs.

I don't think in this life time we could ever get everything, 100% in our control, why not just be spontaneous? Enjoy the journey and just do your best?

There is a lady that I know who needs to know where her children are in every moment, and she can not stand having her kids out camping with other youth group for a night. I think her kids are missing out alot, because their mother just simply won't allow them to. Maybe because she feels that she can not control the situation when the kids aren't with her.

I am not sure if I should say I am lucky or not, but my mother never gave me a curfew. The thing is, if I am tired, I would just go home. Because I like sleeping on my own bed. And, when i am tired, nothing in the world could be fun for me. I just want to sleep. I think the only time my mom gave me curfew, well, not exactly to me. She gave curfew to the boys who took me out on a date, because she can? If she likes the boy, I will have to be home by 10:00pm, when the youth dance is over and the In-N-Out ritual finished, or when the movie is over. She wouldn't care if I come home a little later, as long as she knows where I am at. annnnnd, whom I am with. If my mother doesn't like the boy, she will tell the boy that they need to bring me home by 8:30. It's kind of funny.

My mom is not a control freak, she lets me do what I want to do. I think I turned out pretty okay. Then again, I wasn't a kid who always got in trouble, to me, it just wan't worth it.

My little brother on the other hand, he is 6 1/2 years younger than me, he sometimes just does things to piss people off and get reactions. For example, one of the missionary who was living at my mom's house at that time figured that it would be a good idea to teach a 15 year old(at that time)boy how to make a dry ice bomb. He bought the dry ice for my brother, and my little idiotic brother took the dry ice to school and put the dry ice in a water bottle. He added the dry ice, put it in the school trash can. However, it didn't blow up instantly. My little brother was stupid enough to go back to the trash can, and shook it up a little more... threw it back.... and it blew up. I am not sure how he got caught, but he did. he also got suspended from school for 5 days. One of those 5 days, I was invited back to my English class to speak about my experience in Paris. My little brother was suppose to be the interviewer, since he was in the same english teacher's class. When his classmate found out that I was his sister, they are all in a shock of how different we were.

My mom was very strict with me when I was younger, hence when I was a teen, I was pretty good. My brother had it easy, my mom used all the energy on me, and when he came along, my mom just let him do whatever he wants. He even had more allowance than I ever have.

I don't know, parenting is different....control freak parents with kids explode one day. or I am just weird?

Thursday, March 5, 2009

sleep walk dog

Thanks to Cindy and Mike for posting this.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Dirt on the neck

There was a family of mom and dad, and their 7 kids sitting in front of us during _____ The kids behaved very well, but all their cloths were dirty with dandruff, and fallen hair on their backs. One of the boys had huge ears, kinda like a little elf! One thing i don't understand is... if you are going to have that many kids, i think you should really take care of them. I don't think any of those 7 kids were showered, nor have clean clothes on. The little boy's hand was dirty, and their necks had black dirt on it. Their ear look like dog ears that hasn't been clean for a while.

Com'on parents, do your job. bath your children so they won't be sick and grow fungus in their ear. Be responsible!!! I wish i could call the child services and get the kids to a family that can give them more attention that they need. And.... keep them clean.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Pennyroyal Cafe

Hilary invited me to go to Pannyroyal with her today. It was one of the the most awesome place that I've come accros in Provo. This cafe is located in the center of downtown Provo, in an old building. Th atmosphere is totally not provo, when you are in there, it's like you are in a different place.

The menu is very simple, yummy soup, salad and paninis~!! The furnitures in there are ventage, nothing is the same. however they all mash together pretty well. The cafe has a basement reminded me alot of the catacomb in France, it kinda looks like a dungeon in the old time where people get tortured. Arts are hung on the bare brick walls, and the air tubes are visible.

anyway.... if you are around Provo, you should check it out!

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Pain In the Neck

Car accident with whiplash, then working at Disneyland as a character with the heavy Chip n' Dale head on top of my own head didn't help the healing process. Five years after the accident, my neck still hurts once in a while. More like once every month, since i go to chiropractor to get it adjusted, and a massage to relief the pain. I am so glad that I have these resources; even though my chiropractor and massage therapist charge me a pretty reasonable and affordable price, it can still add up and get expensive if I have to go too much.

I wish everyone can live pain free this life, I am only 24, and my neck is already jacked up. I have noticed that i have more frequent pain because of my weight gain. Now, THAT, is a great motivation to exercise and loose weight. Not to have a wash board tummy, but to lessen the weight on my shoulder and back.... and just feel great. oh gosh, I just love those creamy milk chocolate so much.

This site has awesome information from fitness to how to prevent injuries. Yoga is my favorite, it's in slow motion, it helps to strengthen and stretch. Everyone should incorporate yoga into their lives. Especially those of us who has a desk job.... and those like me who doesn't like to run.

This is a cool chiropractic tool. Everyone should own one, and know how to use it too.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Let pug lick your screen clean

I was walking towards someone else cube today, and they had a little cute pug licking the screen as their screen saver. For those who loves pugs, I think you'd enjoy this.

follow the link, and you can download according to your computer type. PC or Mac. you also have choices of other kinds of dogs.

Sunday, February 8, 2009


We are in a ward (Church) where there are alot of newly weds, and new babies. During the sacrament there are always so many interesting happening around us.

Steve came back from the bathroom, and told me about the juice incident ... i'll let him tell the story..

They had just cleaned the toilets so the water inside the bowl was bright blue. While I was doing my business, a dad brought his little kid in to go to the bathroom. The dad was by the sink and told the kid to go into the stall and when the kid opened the door, he ran towards the toilet and yelled, "OOOOOHHHHH JUICE!!!". I am pretty sure he would have drank straight from the toilet if his dad had not sprinted over to grab him. It was really funny.

Friday, February 6, 2009


I have never thought i'd be so addicted to a TV show. Steve and I have been watching House M.D. on DVD every night, and have become more medical savvy with all the diagnoses that House and his team come up with in each episode.

" We need to do a lum-bah punct-shah" .. love the accent from Chase

I know, we are so weird huh.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

It's been a while

So I haven't have a chance to write on my blog ... because
1. I just got married, and I am still on my honeymoon... (not literally)
2. catching up work
3. putting our house together
4. clean the damn apt that the previous tenant left behind.....
5. buying basic grocery/household products
6.......... everything else

Things that are interesting
  1. I thought Obama did great at the inauguration. people, be excited! Even thought you might not agree with everything he says/does. give him a chance. If you don't like him.. in 4 years, you can vote for whom ever you wish.
  2. sleeping with a boy is different
  3. i like the MIDDLE of the bed, and push Steve all the way to the side with my knee on his butt.
  4. Chinese people are very generous at weddings. They give Cash in red envelopes.... (another reason to marry Asians)
  5. Utah air is super polluted in the winter, and it cause my asthma to .... ( ahh... i can't breathhhhhhhh)
  6. My fallen hair on the floor scares Steve
  7. Creamy's are extremely addicting..

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