Daily Prompt: Study Abroad.
Me Eating a Tiny Scorpion in Beijing
I did actually study abroad in Hong Kong for five months. I would have stayed longer if I’d been able to. I stayed in residence and though I met some great people and had a lot of fun, I’d probably like to have my own place to live. I think I drove my roommate a little batty the last time, though we are still good friends, right Kristel?
If I could do it again, I’d do Japan. I’ve always loved the Asian countries and it’s definitely on my bucket list. I’d ride the trains, eat sushi as much as possible, train in the same martial arts that I do here and finally pick up the Japanese language.
I’d visit Mount Fuji and the shrine of the 47 Ronin. I’d travel to Naha, Osaka, Nagasaki and Okinawa. It would take me probably years to do it, but I’d do it all. Might still do it, just as a travel. But who knows what the future holds?
Weekly Photo Challenge: My 2012 in Pictures.
January – Celebration in Cuba
February – Pierre the Polar Bear on his way to his new home
March – Shadow from my lamp
April – The crew packed up and ready to head home.
May – Swans at Cherry Beach
June – This was a cover that I used for my second level Niei Chi
July – Beach at Lafontaine
August – Can’t get much closer than this.
September – Lights in Beijing Blue
October – Glow Bracelets at the Retro Road Show
November – Stonehenge taken in 2009
December – Winter in Saskatchewan
Another daily prompt that I have yet to post asked us to pick a word we had never heard before and use it in a sentence. I am now prompted to post that one shortly, but here is the image I found when I searched “Sapiosexual”. Love this word.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far.
Near and Far – A High Five With Buddha
Weekly Photo Challenge: Dreaming.
You must be dreaming if you think this is the real thing. Definitely on my dream list to meet Jackie Chan someday.
Me and Jackie Chan
Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside.
Inside looking out. Taken in Beijing at the Great Wall of China in January, 2008.
Inside looking out
Weekly Photo Challenge: Movement.
It wasn’t just the fact they were in motion, but the expression on his face. Taken on a boat tour in Hong Kong, October 2007. There were a bunch taken that day, but this is one of the best.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Close.
Can’t get much closer than this.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Today.
For his birthday. I’m probably going to visit him today. You can find his picture under “Regret”.