Hi, I’m living in Asia. Well, I guess that’s nothing new. My roots in Asia date back to when I was two years old. I’ve always been, and always will be, an Asia girl. I grew up here. I arrived sporting a pink backpack and with a wardrobe of an imagination. I progressed from a pink cat-eye glasses-clad spitfire to a international-school-uniform-wearing teen. Now, I’m living in Asia as an adult. I packed a red American Tourister and now have still have an imagination–sans the imaginary friends from Disney movies and cat eye glasses. They’ve been replaced by contacts and aviators.
It’s funny how life coincides, resides and decides–not by our intuition or volition, but by a blueprint, or perhaps newsprint, written in an age past, present and future. It is not a matter of finding the blueprints, as one would find a treasure, but chasing the clues to the treasure revealed with each phase of the master plan.
The master plan has led me back here after graduating from Baylor University. Sic’em Bears. I’m reading the newsprint — one day at a time. (That’s not me saying I read the BBC, although I do read their news stories daily).
Stop by, maybe we’ll have an Oishi green tea, jasmine tea or a Thai iced tea. I’m always up for coffee–if tea’s not your thing.
What’s the butterfly effect and why have I chosen that for my blog name? Here’s why.