Day 7 “In Search of my Blogging Identity”-Self-Disclosure

Recently I posted a piece explaining why I love masks; they remind me of trying on new identities. Today, I explore a different perspective. Masks also speak to me of hiding my identity from others.   Dark, mysterious masks inexplicably draw me. As if some unseen force lures. I imagine what the former masquerade balls were …

Day 4: Lessons of the Bamboo

I love the early morning when stillness reigns. A heart so full of happiness temporarily sliced with worry for one's offspring does not even a robber make. For the early morning is God's domain. He whispers through dreams filling mind with lofty thoughts of longings coming true. Awakening to write them down is also His …

Day 3 Blogging Identity Quest: Where are you my little Asian beauty?

  I awoke early this morning and could not go back to sleep due to worry over my daughter Elya. She flew from Seoul, Korea to Hong Kong in order to celebrate the New Year with friends—all teaching English overseas in different countries. The last contact was a Christmas Eve video Skype, which was eight …

Day 1 “Blogging Identity Quest” and “Happy New Year!”

My husband and I had a wonderful New Year's celebration in Las Vegas. As the clocked ticked down marking the end of 2009, a video show streamed overhead with visual memories of the past year while fireworks lit up the sky. I awoke this morning excited about 2010.   In line with my blogging identity quest, …

Day -1 In Search of my Blogging Identity

Day -1 "In Search of my Blogging Identity Quest" finds me exiting the New Year celebration in Las Vegas long enough to run up to the room, visit some blogs, and throw together a quick post—I'm such a diehard! What can I say? My personal commitment to visit at least one new blog everyday and …

In Search of my Blogging Identity

Day -2 I'm on a quest to find my blogging identity! Last night I went to bed thoroughly depressed. After a weekend of visiting some pretty amazing blogs, I came to the realization that I am having a blogging identity crisis. As a hopeless creative eclectic who cannot seem to say no to "just one more …

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