first stop: the hague

After a trip, I love being able to go through my photos. The great thing about photos are how they can capture different scenes, emotions, and memories that can easily get forgotten.  As I went through my photos in the Hague and Amsterdam, I felt like they came out better then my photos from Paris. … Continue reading first stop: the hague

slice of life challenge day #15: the first meeting

My grandmother had 7 children, 16 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. Since she lived in NY the past 30 years, she had some great grandchildren in Korea that she never had a chance to meet. A few of her great grandchildren finally had a chance to meet my grandmother at her funeral. One of them, … Continue reading slice of life challenge day #15: the first meeting

slice of life challenge day #14: shoes off

I'm finally back to slicing. I had to take a mini-break from my writing these past few days, due to an unexpected trip to Korea to attend my grandmother's funeral. Now that I'm back home and finally have a free moment to myself, I'm finding comfort in being behind the screen and sharing my story. … Continue reading slice of life challenge day #14: shoes off

slice of life challenge day #7: an incredible woman

I come from a family of writers. My mom loves to write, especially poetry and short stories. Both of my brothers are very talented writers, it comes to them very naturally. There have been a few times where I've asked them to edit my writing, and I remember feeling quite intimidated by what they would … Continue reading slice of life challenge day #7: an incredible woman

slice of life challenge day #6: a baby in paris

I decided to do a #tbt (throw back thursday) slice of life post! On a cold winter day, a red plaid scarf, a pink puffy jacket, and a simple stroller, all waiting eagerly  to get their picture sketched. Does anyone remember, a baby in Paris? Artists armed with sharp pencils,  line the cobble stone streets, … Continue reading slice of life challenge day #6: a baby in paris

slice of life challenge day #1: the “f” word

This month, I'm committing to participating in the slice of life challenge for the entire month of March, along with my fifth grade students. It's not an easy task, and seeing how I already missed the first day, you might think that it's not a good sign. However, I was reminded of this TEDxYouth talk … Continue reading slice of life challenge day #1: the “f” word