Monthly Archives: July 2008

July 30, Wednesday

  I’d started to think BYU was an expired lover…  On Tuesday morning, the campus was missing something… some kind of a rose-coloured glow.  I thought it just didn’t look beautiful to me any more.   Last night was the computerised … Continue reading

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July 25, Friday – Ariel

  BYU, BYU…  Oh, ye fair ones…   You’re no different…   Today, BYU police gave me a parking ticket for thirty dollars.  Thirty pieces of silver.   For what cause?  Because I was going to sign up and pay … Continue reading

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July 21, Monday – Shaded Light

It was seven years and four days ago, their time, that I landed in Hong Kong.  I suppose it was that little tunnel connecting to the plane… that was the first "Hong Kong soil" that I stepped on.  I was … Continue reading

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July 20, Sunday – Golden Dragon

Well, I’d better write something.   I went yesterday to eat lunch at Golden Dragon on 1500 South, Main Street.  (I haven’t seen so many Chinese at a restaurant since Vancouver…)  I think my Cantonese teacher, Ma Ching Yin, was already … Continue reading

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July 06, Sunday – Manila

On Thursday night I, my mother, and Dave went to Manila, Utah, returning this mid-morning.   Manila is still so uncommon a destination for me that the memories connected with it remain powerful, if not perfectly vivid.   I remembered Eunhee…  When … Continue reading

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