Welcome!

Greetings and welcome to my hand-spun blog+site. My photography journey has been incredible! It began with fun, then grew into passion, then I discovered profound love for it and there was no looking back. Please look around, the pictures here are the reflections of how I see the world. Enjoy exploring it.

Blogger’s block or amnesia

Here’s the dealeo! I usually think about my next blog post when driving back from work. This one hour commute each way gives me numerous ideas on what to write about which may include crazy drivers, taking pictures in the middle of highway, how to avoid tweeting while driving, etc. I’m no writer, but I find certain things are interesting enough to write about. But the problem is I forget 90% of what I think while driving by the time I get home! Seriously, somehow I managed to forget about the most interesting topics and am left with the silly ones like what I am writing about right now. I call this “bloggers amnesia” (not even sure if it’s a proper term). Does anyone else feel this way? I wonder how many of the part-time bloggers suffer like me!

May, 05, 2010


I have been busy lately (which is good, by the way). Between weddings, concerts and other social and outdoor activities, I hardly slept in last couple months. My hubby and I went to see John Mayer and Bon Jovi a month ago. Bon Jovi brought my memories back from the 90s. I’m so crazy about John Mayer that I might go see him again this summer in Woodland, CA. Tomorrow I’m going to see Conan AKA Coco at the Sacramento Convention Center. I’m soo excited!!! But the bad part is I may just have to listen to him since the last minute seats are no good and might not have 100% stage view. Blah! I’m going anyway.

Here’s a picture from our recent hike to the inspiration point at the north of San Franciso. This is a city that never gets old. The view of it from the hill-top was amazing. The sun was setting on one side and the night lights were just turning on the other side of the Richmon Bridge. It sure was inspirational, it was a great way to spend the weekend.

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