Nearly eight years ago I was migrating to the US. My ex-husband and I visited San Francisco where he took […]
Conflicted by Racial Implications of Ji-Young on Sesame Street
Yesterday I saw this LinkedIn post with the AP News article about Ji-Young, the first Asian American Sesame Street character. […]
Short Dreams: Smoked Ham
I joined a walk with some kids and their caretakers for a school project. As I was proudly digging into the ham, my friend Mary takes a second look.
“That ham is rotten.” she says.
A deer was in the road, freshly hit by something coming the other way. Looked like it could have been […]
COVID-19 Experience 1: Social Discancing on the Trail
Walking on the bay trail with my friend. I’d never seen as many cars parked and we walked side by […]
Wolf Watching in Yellowstone
At Nature Trail the 8 Mile pack had taken down a bison and we watched them tear it apart while the rest of the herd stood idly by, as if to say, “We’ll be here if you’re still hungry later.”