Monday, March 28, 2005

Welcome aboard, you are on a whale watching cruise in Monterey Bay. Posted by Hello

Old tree, lovely flowers, green grass, blue sky, what else can you ask for? Posted by Hello

A famous landmark in California called the Lone Cypress. This tree has been standing there for over 250 years. Posted by Hello

Monterey was famous for canning. Seafood was very yummy too. Posted by Hello

Spring break fun and post spring break disaster

Everything is fine now but I still want to leave a trace of what I have experienced this past two weeks. So I had my one week spring break and went to Monterey Bay(a place about 5 1/2 hours North of LA) with my girlfriend and had a lot of fun. It was a very scenic place(I will post some pics later). And we also went whale watching there. It was a great experience, first time seeing this huge mammal with my naked eyes, but I thought it would be more spectacular if I could be closer to the whales. Anyway, it was still great.

Here comes the disaster. Coming back from spring break, on the second day of class, I got food poisoning. I BET IT MUST BE THOSE ARTICHOKES!!! I vomitted a lot of green stuffs, had high fever, felt very cold, had headache, nightmares, couldn't sleep well, felt like vomitting during sleep but could not vomit, and a little diarrhea. It was really bad, believe me, you won't want to get food poisoned even once. So please eat wisely and know what you are eating and what you can't eat.

Although it was bad but I went through it and learned a very valuable lesson. Also I learned to appreciate my good health when I'm in good health. Sometimes people just forget that just being healthy is a fortune.

Happy eating!

Wednesday, March 09, 2005

"Each of us is a God, Buddha had said. Each of us knows all. We need only open our minds to hear our own wisdom." ~Dan Brown, Angels & Demons Posted by Hello

Friday, March 04, 2005

Dan Brown is a must read

For the first time in my life, I finished two novels in less than a week. And both of them are Dan Brown's. I started reading Angels & Demons last Friday, got so glued to it that I finished it on Monday. And because a friend of mine told me,"if you like Angels & Demons, The Da Vinci Code is even better!" As a result, as soon as I finished A&D, I started The Da Vinci Code right away. Before I know it, I was reading the last page of the book yesterday. I highly recommend it for those who are looking for something to read or do.

Until next time. Fight on.