I love Sandra Oh. She’s cool. She’s ultra. She’s crush-worthy.
I’m trying to cut down my screen time and now THIS!
I’m going to get hooked, I just know it. Damn.
If you’ve ever sold yourself short, you need to read this deeply compelling article on the show and Sandra:
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I love her quiet presence
– wide-eyed and expectant –
she lives each day without self-judgment
She is ready to play at any time,
faithful, affectionate and constant,
she delights in all life has to offer
people keep their distance from her breed
believing them to be vicious
when they merely mirror their human companions
they are mute and misunderstood
Once a mascot for 20th century America,
and even called “nanny dogs,”
Pits can sustain much pain without yelping
The language barrier rendered us speechless
but my Korean grandmother’s love for me was a quiet companion
playful, devoted and boundless
When I was a kid, I used to love reading the Sunday comics. They were in color and I studied each one. This was back in the day when we had news in paper form…right after fire was invented.
I’ve decided to make my own “Sunday Funnies”. Here is Sunday Funny #1:
Setting: Yesterday morning at the breakfast table
Characters: Josie (14) and Ava (13) and me
Ava: Mom, what is your favorite color?
Josie (answers for me): Green.
(I nod in agreement.)
Ava: What’s your favorite song?
Josie: “Sweet Caroline.”
Ava: What is your favorite ethnic cuisine?
Me: That’s hard. I love so many foods…Italian…
Me: Greek…Vietnamese, Korean, Thai….I guess I could say that I love them all. They are all delicious!
Ava: What is your favorite kind of dog? You know, which breed?
Me: (Thinking)…Labrador, pit bull…
Josie: All of them! They are ALL delicious!
Both girls giggle and high five.
Ava: We are so Asian.