Spoken Or Unspoken

Image by StockSnap from Pixabay When I was driving past Walmart in Piscataway yesterday, I thought to myself, “why don’t I go in to ask them when I will be eligible for the booster shot? Probably in a month?” So I went in and asked one of the pharmacists. She immediately said, “yes.” I told … Continue reading Spoken Or Unspoken

New Word #89: Snow

Image by Daniel Roberts from Pixabay The first snow of the season fell last night, only one to two inches of dust for Edison, but from the news I learned that other places got much more. There was a 24 hour pile-up of traffic in Virginia two days ago. Really have to make sure to … Continue reading New Word #89: Snow

Easy Fusion Food

Image by Trang Pham from Pixabay Easy Curry Tofu Last time after I talked about easy tofu dishes, I realized that I forgot about curry tofu, which is my favorite. It is so easy to do. Cut tofu into small pieces (half bit size) and microwave it on a flat plate on high for 2 … Continue reading Easy Fusion Food

Happy New Year 2022

Image by Gordon Johnson from Pixabay I don’t have a new year resolution since I know that I will never be able to keep it. Weather it’s an exercise routine, a diet regime, a time management plan, or an avowed improvement on my imperfect manner, I will abandon it within a week and go back … Continue reading Happy New Year 2022

No Exception?

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay I just learned today that a hairdresser–he is really good with Asian hairstyle–in Edison, New Jersey just got notice that one of his clients was diagnosed with Omicron yesterday. So today the whole hair salon is shut down. All the clients in the past week were contacted, all the … Continue reading No Exception?

Healthy Food For Christmas

Image by Couleur from Pixabay Christmas is a time to try new food. Stores display new items on their shelves while people don’t care much when they go beyond their budget at this time of the year. One of the reasons that I’m always seeking new food is because I want to eat healthily. And … Continue reading Healthy Food For Christmas

Easy Tofu Dishes

Image by hanul choi from Pixabay Since I started a healthy diet regime about ten years ago, I’ve always been on the look out for new recipes. One of my friends told me that healthy and tasty can not be used to describe the same food. I don’t agree with this, but I have to … Continue reading Easy Tofu Dishes

Thanksgiving Options

Image by Ylanite Koppens from Pixabay I’ve never attempted to roast a turkey. And there are several reasons for that. Reason number one: The oven has always been an extra storage space for pots and pans for me. No other functionalities. So my skill in managing the process of roasting or baking is non-existent. Reason … Continue reading Thanksgiving Options

My First Reblogging

Originally posted on Lizi Rose:
I had a different post written for today, but I can’t stop thinking about the disaster that occurred over the weekend. I’m referring to the tragic deaths and injuries that occurred at a music festival in Texas. “At least 8 dead and many injured after crowd surge at Travis Scott’s?Astroworld?Festival…

Thinking Ahead

Photo by rikka ameboshi from Pexels I’ve never written serialized posts before. I’ve always wanted to try, but not knowing how to proceed. My stories are usually scattered, as disorganized as my wandering brain. Serialization requires some discipline, some control, some pre-determined plan etc, all of which I am not good at. The only thing … Continue reading Thinking Ahead

New Word #13: Learned Amid Pandemic

oximeter: an instrument for measuring the proportion of oxygenated hemoglobin in the blood. zoonotic: pertaining to a zoonosis, which means a disease that can be transmitted from animals to people or, more specifically, a disease that normally exists in animals but that can infect humans. endemic and epidemic and pandemic: Endemic means the baseline, or expected, … Continue reading New Word #13: Learned Amid Pandemic

My Special Diet

I owe my little “fame” on this special diet to the ex-prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, who resigned last year due to health issues. Suddenly his illness, ulcerative colitis, was in the news, with a little paragraph describing his suffering and his battle to get better. Several of my friends, who had been skeptical … Continue reading My Special Diet

Let Me Sleep

I am so afraid of my insomnia that I started to dream of not sleeping last night. I dreamed of myself walking about in dread of going to bed to lie there without feeling sleepy. My grandma appeared in my dream too telling me that if I am not as headstrong as I have always … Continue reading Let Me Sleep