When the boy came home.

     There was a boy who loved to travel. He went everywhere and lived differently every stop. There was an unknown excitement coming from within whenever he’s about see a new place and a pinch of loneliness each time he left. He wondered why couldn’t he feel fully happy? But he kept moving anyway.    …

A wonderful bae! -your new typist.

           The wind came and left rapidly, unstoppable like time. The world used to be so wide and clear that I actually felt like if I stared too long to the sky, it was going to swallow me. Now I’m laying down on a roof and it felt like the world had…

NYCUL8TER

New York City has given me enough memories to last a lifetime, but it’s always gutwrenching to say goodbye. While I’ve bid adieu to the city many times over, it was always knowing that I could come back to a mailing address here. Sure, I’ve got a one-way flight booked at the end of the month,…

Rewind

No end of 2013 or beginning of 2014 post this year…just a rewind to fill in the gaps of what you see on my Instagram – @yaeantho. First up, my 1973 BMW 2002…back in April I became the third owner this piece of history, but finally almost happy with how it looks.  Original Hawaii car. …

Comeback Kid

It’s marginally embarrassing how long it’s been since I’ve last written a blog post. I use the term “marginally” very loosely, for there are wide margins (eg: the Yankees defeated the Angels by a gaping margin of 14–7 last week) and narrow margins (eg: please set the margins of your 50-pg thesis paper to .5″…

2012 – Year of Opportunity

The end is near, so this is my last post…either end of the world or end of the year.  But regardless of whichever comes first, it’s a good time for reflection on the past year.  My past year can be characterized by one word – opportunity. First and foremost, I am truly thankful for the…

@EMMULATE: Instant Gratification

Like everyone else and their hip-iphone-toting mother, I got bit by the Instagram bug. And hard. I love the incredible ease of micro-blogging: it doesn’t require the photo editing process blogging requires (my nemesis in life) and is like Tumblr, but for super dummies with extreme ADD. Thank goodness for the brainiacs in the tech…

Faster than you think

Without a camera, life becomes snapshots in your head. Some you remember, some you forget and as fast as it flys by, you only have those photos to look back on. I try and carry a camera with me wherever I go. Here’s some of the last 2 months thru my lens. I’ll keep pushing…