MY WEEK IN PHOTOS: JUNE 18-24, 2018.

It’s my first full week of summer vacation! It’s odd to say that. I miss work, but I definitely need the time off. πŸ˜›

I think the highlight(s) of my week would have to be taking Dad to his first Giants game and adopting Sally. Despite the car accident, I’m glad my family and I are okay. I still get uneasy being in a vehicle, but fear shouldn’t stop me. Especially because we didn’t cause it.

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MY WEEK IN PHOTOS: JUNE 4-10, 2018.

There was a lot of celebration this week! So thankful. But I was also stunned by the news of Anthony Bourdain’s passing. He was the total package. And he was one of the best storytellers of our time. RIP Bourdain. ❀

Work is winding down. Summer vacation is almost here!! I got to catch up with friends, ate mediocre food, and dealt with terrible customer service. :/

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MY WEEK IN PHOTOS: MAY 28-JUNE 3, 2018.

Here we are at the final week of May and entering a new month. Summer is just around the corner! My week was all about family. Our cousin’s daughter + niece graduated from high school. It’s a huge accomplishment! ❀

I had the day off on May 28th, Memorial Day. It was a short week for me.

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MY WEEK IN PHOTOS: MAY 21-27, 2018.

Hello!

So what was my week like? The highlight would have to be the tea party with Mom and my sisters. Quality time with them is thee best.Β We also browsed around Japantown and added more to our Sanrio collection. We really want to see Japan soon!! πŸ˜€

I was a bit stressed out. I hate panicking. My laptop decided to be a pain, but all was okay.

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MY WEEK IN PHOTOS: MAY 14-20, 2018.

My week was busy, but fun! I attended back to back Giants games, tried out the new cheese tart spot at Westfield, rode the new Muni train again, and caught up with college friends! We got to watch Yuna together.

I’ve been in recovery mode. I’m doing my very best to bounce back. Hanging in there! There’s a lot going on, but I must stay resilient.

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MY WEEK IN PHOTOS: MAY 7-13, 2018.

We laid Maria to rest this week. It was one of the saddest moments of my life. So vibrant and so full of light. The one thing I can take away from this life event is reconnecting with relatives. Despite the tears and sadness, there was togetherness and hope.

I’m doing my best to not sweat the small things. I need to start looking at the bigger picture. Maria had a positive mindset! And she always took a chance. I want to start living that way. At times, I’m hesitant or too scared. You’ll never know if you don’t try.

I dedicate this post to Maria once again as well as her family. ❀

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MY WEEK IN PHOTOS: APRIL 30-MAY 6, 2018.

Family is not an important thing, it’s everything. -Michael J. Fox

There was a lot of reflection, processing, and crying this week. Grief is a part of life and everyone deals with it differently. Being with family during somber times is comforting.

Despite the sadness, I carried on with the rest of my week. We took Beari to the vet for her ultrasound, I finally rode one of the new Muni trains, and volunteered for another Growing Up Asian In America Ceremony at the Asian Art Museum. It’s always an empowering space.

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MY WEEK IN PHOTOS: APRIL 23-29, 2018.

This week was fun, but also very somber. Visiting my cousin in the hospital put a lot of things into perspective for me.

Coco celebrated her 17th doggy birthday, attended BeyoncΓ© Mass, the Giants BEAT LA, and I got a cool hat (with a missing button, meh).

I dedicate this post to my beautiful cousin, Maria aka Marian. We miss you so much already. RIP. ❀

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MY WEEK IN PHOTOS: APRIL 16-22, 2018.

SPRING BREAK!!! πŸ˜€

What did I do all week? I slept in, stayed up, hung out, and kept up with my walking goals. I also volunteered. It was nice to have a week off.

I also went to the 51st Annual NCCBF (Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival) and reconnected with old friends. It was great! And the PHA Walk. YES!!

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