Ok, ok, we’re back…

Well as you can see, I am still a terrible blogger as ever.  It is now the end of February 2011 and I guess I’ve missed a couple of posts.  Let’s see…

We celebrate Christmas and it was awesome fun.  Not as stressful as the usual years, I guess planning ahead does pay off.  We had our New Year’s Eve dinner at Rat’s at Ground for Sculpture and discovered that M loves dinning there only because the gentleman called her “miss” and pulled out her chair for her…J and I did enjoy the food though!  I started my spring semester in January, we celebrated Chinese New Year, and last week, we threw my sister K at surprise 30th birthday party.  It was fun to be had by everyone and a great 2011 so far…

Great news to be shared: I want to welcome Baby Teague, my separated at birth sister (of course, not literal, but it is uncanny how similar we are in our ways!) Lyssa had her 2nd beautiful baby boy…I’m sure you will see tons of photos of Teague & Quinn posted here real soon (once I get the hang of posting pix!) and congratulations all the moms out there with their sweet little babies (too many to list!)…there is a baby boom going around!  I also want to add congratulations to another BFF, Wardha for their awesome news of preggo-ness!  Yay!!  My other BFF – Sherry is almost done with Grad school (yay!) and will be visiting back home (Cali) in a few days, so we are quite excited for her.  I am now med-free, as some of you know, I was on anti-depressants for a little less than a year, at times with heavy dosages.  I am now happy to say, I am Prozac free for about 2 months and I am totally fine.  I do continue my talk therapy every three weeks or so, but that it just for me to vent and for me, as a prevention to going back on the meds.  Lastly, I’m sure I can go on and on since I’ve have not blogged in a while – yesterday, after mass I bumped into an long time old friend of mine…from Junior High School!  Can you believe it?  What is even more unbelievable is that, it was not like we stayed in our JHS neighborhood, our school was in another state, so after 20 years since JHS in NY, we ended up in the same town, same church, same school for the kiddos, and attending the same mass!  I just thought it was amazing…small world we live in, huh?  It was great to see him and meet his beautiful family!

I will try to do a ‘Great news to be shared’ often, because I think (inspired by my professor – at the begining of each class, we are to say one thing that is going well in our lives – it’s pretty neat to take a moment and find that one small thing), we don’t get to appreciate the little things that often and it’s the little things that we should be thankful for.  Until next time…xoxo

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