To my dearest sister who is in America on the search for colleges:
How’s the sweet smell of American air?! We are so jealous of you – Grrr… (Not to mention we are missing you like CRAZY!) With Jessie studying for all the AP exams coming up, I’m so lonely over here. I do hope y0u are having fun though; enjoy every moment you have reuniting with friends and family! …. And Come back soon (*cough* with some goodies *cough*). We’re praying for you!
P.S. I hope you find that dream school you’re looking for (*fingers crossed*).
With Michael’s recent departure and the start of routine living again, I’m missing HongKong more than ever.
It was in this city where my life took a turn when I decided to take a step of faith and “not” jump right into college as previously expected. It was in this city that I re-united with my brother and old friends who encouraged me to open my mind to new ideas and to seek the Lord’s instruction. I will never forget the quiet, thoughtful days I spent in HongKong -although ironically it is known for its fast-paced society- in which my plans for the future were leveled and rebuilt. Furthermore, on top of all these things I have to mention my excitement over the new friends I was introduced to who made my time in HK so incredible!
Here are some compiled images of photos that remind me of my recent visit to HK
-cannot wait to visit again!
As you can see, I played around with photoshop quite a bit while working on this post… the look is a bit “scattered” I think.
What cities are you day-dreaming about?
(seems like we’re dreaming A LOT over here at connecting4 🙂 –check out Maddie’s most recent dream house post.)