There’s something to say about marriage as settling down. For some, it is a literal settling down -- i.e. living a much quieter life compared to the life of being single. For others, it is the beginning of settling in -- becoming gradually familiar with this new way of living because you are going to live that for the rest … Continue reading Settling Down and Settling In
I am here! I arrived some days ago and we are fixing our new apartment (Ikea and Walmart, thank you so much!) and getting the hang of being newly weds and married. It has been fun and exciting. Some weeks back, I promised to write why we have decided to live in China. It’s good … Continue reading China!
See You On The Other Side!
Yesterday, I got married. Tomorrow, we fly to Macchu Picchu, And then we move to China! I won't be blogging for awhile, at least until I settle down in Shenzhen and start another adventure. I'm excited to write about that next time. In the meantime, you might want to check out the following articles from … Continue reading See You On The Other Side!
In less than a month, my life will be full of transitions. I have resigned from the three companies I work for. And then I’m going to get married towards the end of the month. And as if that is not enough, I’m moving to China with my wife. A friend of mine asked me … Continue reading Change
Love Always Wins
My friends Mikki and Iris got married last Saturday. It was a beautiful wedding full of laughter and a lot of tears (most of it from Mikki). I had the privilege of giving the toast along with Iris' sister. The original plan was for me to give the homily and years ago, in a retreat, I made the homily already. But things happened and that first wedding did not push through (THAT is a story that can be made into a soap opera) and I left the Society.