Reflections from my “stand” on Washington

Yesterday, along with hundreds of thousands of others, I attended the Women’s March on Washington, so I wanted to share my thoughts on this momentous event and explain why I attended. Honestly, leading up to the election, I never entertained the idea that Donald Trump would become president. On election night, I experienced deep and…

Open “Goodbye” to Dallas

So firstly, no my blog is not dead; I’ve just been super busy with moving to DC and beginning law school. My posts will be increasingly erratic, but I will try to continue posting my musings about life about law school and beyond. Secondly, this post is WAY overdue. After I left HK, I wrote…

Worth It?- Part 2 The Program

In my last post, I mentioned a conversation with a long-time friend who asked me if my experience was “worth it.” I reflected on my experience in Dallas, and ultimately decided that yes, Dallas was worth it. As I mentioned in the previous post, my immediate reaction to my friend’s question was of course this experience…

Worth it? Part 1- Dallas

I left Dallas one month ago, and I finally am able to find sometime to reflect a bit on my life in Dallas. So here is goes… A few days ago, I ate lunch with a friend, and she asked me “was it worth it?”. (We have been friends for a long time, and she…

Top Ten

So I leave Dallas on Tuesday. Yikes! And that will officially mark the end of my three years at a mission intern with Global Ministries. I plan to write several posts about the transition and some reflection, and I thought that I would begin with a countdown of the most memorable moments as a mission…

Yes, I do mind

I get verbally harassed all the time. Everywhere I go. Every neighborhood and by every age and every color of men. Men honk at me, yell at me, sit down next me and compliment my hair, my eyes, etc. And I’m tired of it. It does not make me feel good. It does not make me…