We moved back to California, but this time to a city new to both Misha and me, San Diego. It’s very sunny here and also diverse. I like it. It’s great to have a shul to go to within easy walking distance instead of having to drive 1, 2, and even 3 hours. And a… Continue reading I moved… again!!
I can’t believe I have come back to this site only three months after my original post. Not that I have much to say, but, mainly I am here to say Happy Chanukah!!! On a certain Facebook group (where Japanese dominates), someone wished all the Jewpanese out there a Happy Channukah. It made me super happy… Continue reading Chappy Chanukah!
I haven’t been posting here–or anywhere else for that matter–at all. And, this is NOT the time to be posting. But, since I have signed in, I thought I would say hi. Much has happened in the last few years that have given me a lot of perspective on things, some which… Continue reading おひさしぶり！
Our next place of residence has been determined. If all goes as planned, we will live there for at least three years. Welcome, stability!! I never thought I would say those words so happily, but sometimes (just sometimes…) moving all the time becomes draining… I haven’t updated this blog in a while and I am… Continue reading Welcome Home…
It’s unbelievable how long I have left this space. It is already the New Year season again and things are crazy busy. We have moved again. In fact this past four months has been a series of moves for us. From New York City to the west coast to New York State (nowhere close… Continue reading Shanah Tovah!
So, there is a TV show that I am totally hooked on: The Good Wife. I love the acting, I like a lot of the scripting, and I am finding the twists and turns the story is taking intriguing. I watch it through Netflix and online.
Today I overheard someone saying that I “seemed sweet.” Just in case you were wondering, this is NOT a compliment, particularly when it is directed at an Asian(-looking) woman. The connotation in this case seems to fall along the lines of thinking of me as cute, non-threatening, helpless, demure, and a follower. In the American… Continue reading Being called “sweet”