If you had an unlimited shopping spree at only one store, which one would you choose? Why?
I’ve answered this question before and I picked Amazon last time. My answer remains unchanged. It’s still Amazon. Why? It’s got everything! It’s got merchandises than Walmart. That’s why.
What is the worst thing you ate recently?
Hmm… I’m don’t think I had anything bad lately. Everything’s been super yummy.
Name five things you like watching…
- Travel shows
- Scenery as I hike
- TV shows on my cable streaming app (I missed this app while I was in China because I couldn’t access it. The app kept saying I cannot streaming videos when I’m out of the country but then, in the ad, it said people can stream video from the app on the moon. So I can watch TV shows and movies on the moon but not in China?)
- Sunrises and sunsets
- Facebook clips
What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week?
The temperature dropped from the low 70’s Fahrenheit to low 40’s Fahrenheit in China this past week. Brr… I certainly did not appreciate that.
I know being from the frozen tundra of northern Utah, I should be used to the cold by now. What I wasn’t used to was the lack of heat in places. In Southeast China, there are no furnaces in apartments and the walls are made from insulation-free concrete walls. So the inside temperature is the same as outside, sometimes, even colder. I ended up spending over 12 hours beneath my very-own blanket fort earlier this week and consuming the most ginger I’ve consumed in my life.
What I did appreciate though was finally arriving in sunshiny Los Angeles on Wednesday morning after a 12-hour flight. It was the first time I’ve seen sunshine since leaving for China two weeks ago. The sky in China was always gloomy and cloudy.
So I was super happy to see the sun upon arriving at LAX. If I didn’t have to rush to immigration, I would’ve immediately ripped my jackets off. I wore three layers that day, so you can imagine how it feels to wear three layers of winter clothing in 70-degree weather.
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