Joseph Wong could accomplish anything he set his mind to do.
On a cold snowy morning, November 9, 2020, Joseph Wong, peacefully transitioned from this life. His son, Wymond Wong, was by his side holding his hand in the hospital.
My father-in-law was many things, but first and foremost, he was a family man who cared deeply about his family.
The USS Hornet is a storied shop docked in Alameda. It is now a museum and national historic landmark.
In the bathroom this morning, I started thinking about hoarding and impulse buying of toilet paper.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, toilet paper was plentiful and bountiful. Full stacked aisles of it were available at Costco, Target, even at the neighborhood corner store.
No one worried about where they would get their next roll.
Here’s my first unboxing video.
Celebrities is a party game introduced to me by friends, Jean Cheng and Eric Chou. It’s super fun and we realized with a little effort, it can be adapted to be played over Zoom.
It’s such a slog to get groceries these days that we’ve taken to texting our neighbors before we go: “Hey, heading to the Bowl. Need anything?”
My son walked by the living room as we were watching JoJo Rabbit and asked, “What’s this? A Nazi boy scout movie?”