Part 2: Navigating Political Discussion with Family Members

Hello! Yesterday I posted some philosophical thoughts in Part 1: Reflections on “The Drowning Child”. I concluded that post with this question which I wanted to explore more in depth today: “If we are obligated to save the life of a child in need, is there a fundamental difference between saving one who is right in…

Ethnicity Tag

Ahoy there! A month ago, I had the pleasure of virtually meeting a new follower, Stephanie @ Roses and Brimstone – A Little Heart with Extraordinary Passion! She wrote about her cultural background in a post called Ethnicity Tag which was fun and fascinating for me to read. She was curious to learn where I…

Personal Life & Award Update

I hope everyone is well and healthy! Hence, the reason for my orange filled banner to encourage people to take care of their immune systems. 🙂 I want to apologize for my late blog posts for the A2Z challenge. I’m currently coping with the death of a friend who I had a real deep, caring…

Flower of the Day – 10.15.18

Good morning! Hope you enjoyed your weekend! Cee’s photo of her red dahlia reminds me of some tissue paper flower decorations. Here is a shot of some flowers in Vietnam! The pink yellow petals fascinated me for a few minutes after I took the shot. Have a wonderful day!

CFFC: Things People Grow

Ten years ago, I had the opportunity to travel to Vietnam to visit my grandmother and other relatives for the first time. These photos were taken in the Sapa Mountains located in the Lo Cai region. I’m also responding to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Things People Grow First, let me introduce you to the Dao who…