His music got me through high school. I don’t remember who introduced me to his work, but it was freshman year. I had grown up with classic movies, Doris Day, and Old Hollywood, but to suddenly be opened up to the voice of Frank Sinatra…wow. I was besotted. Suddenly the world of 40s big bands… Continue reading Ol’ Blue Eyes
I’m ending my Mini Travel series with what’s in my carry on. I’ve got my FEED for Target tote all ready and here’s what’s inside.
I got to enjoy a beautiful day at Old World Wisconsin, ringing in the beginning of July. For those unfamiliar with the place, it’s a series of farmhouses dating back to the 1800s that are spread out on acres of land, running today to show modern folk how life was back in the day.I love… Continue reading Old World Wisconsin
English Afternoon tea is something I love to host, any chance I get. Tea is a big part of my life and my culture. I’m Chinese-American, so trips to visit relatives in Hong Kong and China entailed dim sum every morning with my grandmother, and tea was always served, as it is with every meal.… Continue reading A Tea Party