Category Archives: random thoughts

World Peace

World peace — is it possible? One day a month or two ago, there was a golf game scheduled to be shown on TV, which I knew my husband would enjoy watching. That morning, with a soft (and loving – … Continue reading

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What I should have said…

A couple of years ago, my nephew Jason introduced google photo to me. After trying it for 5 minutes, I gave up. This year, again, Jason created a google photo album to share our family gathering photos. Seeing how much … Continue reading

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A Little Thought – 2017 Week 10

This is the second scheduled post. If it works according to the plan, it will be posted on Mar. 2, 2017. My mom passed away on Mar. 2, 2001. No matter what I do to move on from this pain, … Continue reading

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A Little Thought – 2017 Week 8

Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened. – Dr. Seuss Why do we cry? A why-do-we-cry article at Live-Science.com says: “Babies cry to signal to their mothers [that] something’s up,” Silva told Live Science in an email. “It’s … Continue reading

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A Little Thought – 2017 Week 7

Thank you, God, for this good life and forgive us if we do not love it enough. — Garrison Keillor This morning, I took one of my sister’s jackets to a shoe repair shop to replace a couple of snap … Continue reading

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A Little Thought – 2017 Week 3

The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy. — Martin Luther King, Jr. (You can see more of Dr. King’s quotes … Continue reading

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A Little Thought – 2017 Week 2

These are the chocolates from my daughter. For me, they are not just chocolates; they are more… they are art pieces; they are symbols of loving and caring. I didn’t want to eat any until one day I saw the … Continue reading

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