Monthly Archives: June 2019
We made it safe and sound to the USA last night, and Leo got to meet his grandparents, aunt Marianne, and of course his big brother Thomas for the first time. 19 years apart, and everyone says they look-alike. Overall, Leo did such a great job on the flights. Our first flight was nearly 13 hours long, and he slept at least 7 of them. I watched a couple of movies, but… Read More
It was such an amazing day. The weather was a perfect 24ºC (75ºF) and there was a constant yet soft drizzle of rain that was just enough to feel, but not enough to get you wet. So, I took the metro down to Laoximen Station where I walked through the anime market which seems to be slowing dying ^sad face^, then through some really old neighborhoods that was so full of life… Read More
We came, we saw, we accomplished! Our rush to the embassy worked out great! We got our papers and I even got 25,000 steps in today as I explored Guangzhou on foot. I walked along the Zhujiang river, explored the Guangdong Museum, and did some luxury shopping at the IGC mall, though I bought nothing. Tingting had to work, so she spent all day Tuesday doing that….. 😦 anyway, it was still… Read More
The consulate in Guangzhou is really nice, though like all American consulates, the outside security and check in is confusing and the staff are rude…. anyway, it was cool to see the US givernment showing some much needed support for the LGB community, especially here in China. 🙂
Tingting and I came to Guangzhou today. We have a bit of snag in our travel plans to the USA and we’re hoping the US embassy here can help out. Otherwise, we took the evening and walked around our hotel tonight and enjoyed a bit of the local atmosphere. we found this old building / temple, but Tingting said it is not old, just built in the old style. Inside was lovely,… Read More
Just having a bit of fun with the laser cutter, and making example resources for my design classes.
We finally got our photos back from a studio we took Leo to. They turned out really nice.