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What a wonderful trip!
It’s been a week since our last Haiti trip, and the team’s hearts are still left in Carrafour with Grace International.
For a complete gallery to our photos, click on the photo below!
The trip was a huge success, and many lives in Haiti were blessed by the people in the States who donated both items and funds generously!
See the video below to see exactly how your donations made a difference in their lives.
Thank you again for all who supported our team and the children in Haiti!
As you know, I have a strange imagination…
Lately, I’ve been packing my lunch 4 times a week to improve my diet, save money, and be more concious about the kinds of foods I eat.
Anywhoo, as I ate an apple the other day, the most random question crossed my mind…
Long story short, no mercy. Lol. Apples are delicious.
Umm…yeah. There’s absolutely no point to this post. Just felt like sharing the random thoughts of my mind.
Speaking of random…I was tickled to see one of my favorite Korean singer/rappers make it viral online. Oppah Gangnam Style! Go Psy! Korea Fighting!
(For thos of you who want a translation of what the video is about, click HERE.)
Have a wonderful weekend!
When I have a lot of things on my mind, I have a habit of talking in my sleep.
And since the past few weeks have been filled with all sorts of things, my nights have subsequently been filled with tons of talk.
A co-worker of mine let me know about a fun little app called “Sleep Talk Recorder,” which (like the name says), records your sleep talking. I set it to record one night, and this is what happened:
I don’t even remember what the context of that phrase was in my dreams!
Hear it for yourself below:
What do YOU think I was dreaming about?
Pop Quiz, Hot-shot.
I was watching one of my favorite British Youtubers the other day, and he did a psychology test that I found fascinating.
Clear your mind and follow along.
Ready to find out what your imagination says about you? Read on!
The Cube: This is how you view yourself and your surroundings.
I suppose this means that I see myself as a shiny, but fragile object: easy to see through, but also reflective and equips others to see themselves better, too.
The Ladder: This represents your friends.
The wooden ladder is standing strong on its own, which many of my friends do, and have the potential to bring me to a higher level that I couldn’t get to by myself.
The Horse: This symbolizes how you visualize your love interest/an important relationship that you are in.
I imagine my future mate to be someone that is “wild” and exotic, knowledgeable of the world and street-smart. But as it was calm, saddled and tamed, he has been refined and educated, and is ready to carry me out of the desert.
The Storm: This stands for the trouble in your life and how you view it.
The sandstorm I saw was caused by my surroundings, and not by nature (like a thunderstorm). I see that many of my problems aren’t caused by circumstance or any one person, but by the surroundings I put myself into. Fortunately, it was off in the distance and in the opposite direction of my horse, which hopefully alludes to how my relationship and my troubles won’t be linked.
The Flowers: These represent your children, how many you want, and show what kind of people you want them to be.
The several roses I saw were healthy and vibrant, even though they were lying on the desert floor. I see my children as standing out in their surroundings, being pruned, elegant, refined, and in full bloom no matter where they are.
Sooo…what did YOU see?
I know, I know…I’ve been a bad, neglectful blogger the past month. I promise, it was for good reason, though!
Between the very long/late hours at work, a recent week-long vacation, and getting sick (again), I haven’t had the chance to put a pen to paper…
Dun dun DUUUUUUN!
Because I love your faces (and because you all deserve it for patiently waiting), I’m not only giving you a comic, but I’m also going to hit you up with photos AND a vacation video~
The Grand Cayman was amazing~ A big “thank-you” to my uncle and his family for taking me along with them. I had a blast.
Enjoy, and I’ll be posting again soon (this time for real).
I got me one heck of a tan. I don’t even look Asian anymore, so my mother disowned me.
Nooo, I’m just kidding. She didn’t disown me. She did slap a whitening face mask on me the moment I walked into the house, though.
For the full album, click HERE.
(And yes, that *IS* Al Roker in that one picture with me and my cousin. Here’s what happening in YOUR neck of the woods~)
Can you believe it?
It’s already been two weeks since that amazing trip to Haiti. I miss Haiti already!
I’ve put together a short little video to let you all see and know the kind of impact your donations and support have made in the lives of the children in Haiti.
I love your faces, my lovely readers. You can always donate to www.newmercyproject.org and 100% of your donations will make its way into the Lord’s Kitchen and keep it running.
I am in love.
Dictionary.com defines “Love” as “…a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person.”
And I have that kind of tender, passionate affection for my kids in Haiti.
In exactly one week, a small team and myself will be going back to Haiti to re-visit Grace International. And this time, when we go, we will be bringing far more resources (financial and medical) than we did the first time we went. I praise God for His provision and for moving the hearts of the donors who generously gave last Sunday and look forward to seeing Him move next week as we prepare and continue to fundraise.
(If you want to see the video that was shown last Sunday, click the image below):
While I am abroad, I will be attempt to update this blog every day, journaling what I see and what I experience. And I hope that you all will keep me and my teammates in your thoughts and prayers as we travel next week.
A personal mission of mine is to find a little girl named Clemen that I met a year and a half ago. Lord willing, whether or not she remembers me, I want to sponsor her and reconnect with her.
There is so much to look forward to. Thank you all for your donations, your support, and for your encouragement.
See you on the other side!!
Finally did it.
To all those people thinking, “Oh, you’re just getting an iPhone because of herd mentality,” I’ve been putting off getting an iPhone for the longest time because I really did want to give Android a chance.
Years later of crashing programs, dropped calls, and terrible battery life, my brick of a Droid forced me to turn to the “Dark Side” and go Apple.
Wuv. Twue Wuv.
Wait…does DC even count as “South?”
As you know, I am a clumsy person.
A very…VERY clumsy person.
On my way to work, I had another wipeout on the streets of DC. The laces on my high heel boots managed to get tangled and before I knew it, I had fallen off my bus and onto the sidewalk.
Fortunately, there were two other people walking by, who ran up to help pick up my bags (and body) off of the floor. It made me realize just how different DC was from NYC…
Despite the embarrassing tumble, I came to the realization that I am so blessed to be where I am today.
Last week, I was able to go to an Israel Houghton and New Breed concert in Gaithersberg, MD.
I was blown AWAY. I wish I had taken some pictures while I was there, but for once, I enjoyed the concert so much that I didn’t even touch my camera. 2 hours straight of non-stop worship. And it still ended too soon.
The Ravens may have lost today, but another week is on it’s way! Are you ready my lovely readers? Let’s see what God has in store!
This article is dedicated to my friend Jason Kim, who is dutifully and graciously serving our country in Afghanistan. Come home soon, brother!