Monthly Archives: August, 2010

Student’s life is always fun

Fall semester starts on August 30 this year at Montgomery College. I had my first taste of campus college life here in the US,  when I attended the orientation seminar for  first timers in this campus, Rockville, Montgomery College. The College has three campuses, Rockville, Germantown and Takoma Park/ Silver Spring. Plastic tote bags in …

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My work in progress

For the last two days I dug up  weeds, in spite of my employer’s suggestion that she will spray chemicals to kill the weeds, still I insisted  that digging is better. Our front yard is bare except for the weeds that sprout every now and then. In this neighborhood, seldom you see flowers in the …

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For the love of coffee…

Espresso – C20: Italian, short for caffè espresso,  literally: pressed coffee] Yesterday, while I was at the NATIONAL NAVAL MEDICAL CENTER (NNMC) in Bethesda, Maryland, I went to a  get coffee in the coffee shop. My first time because this is not the Walter Reed Medical Center (Army Hospital), this is the Naval  Hospital and  …

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As beautiful as the rainbow in the sky

When I was born several decades ago, the moment I came out from my mother’s womb, I said  to myself, here I am, the luckiest woman alive, with just an egg coming from my mother’s womb, did not get far from the one special sperm out of a million coming from my father’s loin and …

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