Monthly Archives: June 2019

I’m moving on to the next opportunity

A few short months ago, I received an offer to come in and interview for an interesting role. It was in the IT audit, but there was also an opportunity to help improve additional processes within the audit department. I … Continue reading

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Joshua’s 8th Grade Graduation – Thursday, June 20 2019

Our second graduation of the week was here. Josh was graduating from middle school after surviving 6th, 7th, and 8th grades, school lockers, running between class periods, and learning new skills on how to manage his workload. All in all, … Continue reading

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Lily’s 5th Grade Graduation – Wednesday, June 19 2019

June 19th was a big day for Lily. She was graduating from 5th grade in elementary school, and moving up to 6th grade at the middle school. It was a different year for her this past year. In order to … Continue reading

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We really need to speak to Scamper about his lack of regard for personal space

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Lily’s girls rec softball team won the championship for her division!

Did I mention that Lily has been playing in a recreational girls softball game this Spring? No? Guess I’ve been super busy with stuff. Yeah, so Lily really wanted to play softball again, but recreational only. None of us had … Continue reading

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Josh and I watched Danny Boyle’s new film Yesterday (2019) and we’re still confused on what was the point of the film

Josh and I were looking to do something while the girls were out doing their own thing, and we decided to go see Yesterday. This is director Danny Boyle’s latest film and stars Himesh Patel and Lily James. The film … Continue reading

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I loves me some Asian representation, but I wish Always Be My Maybe didn’t feel so…. bland

Let’s get the bad / “It could have been better” out of the way – this felt a little bland. It’s a romantic comedy featuring two talented Asian-American actors, Ali Wong and Randall Park. The film is about their characters … Continue reading

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I took the kids to see the Pokémon Detective Pikachu movie, and I wouldn’t say the movie made a lot of sense

Not my first choice but the kids both wanted to see the Pokémon Detective Pikachu (2019) movie that came out in May. They both do love Pokémon and I haven’t spent as much time as I’ve wanted to recently, as … Continue reading

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Joshua and the 8th Grade Semi-Formal

Next week, Josh is graduating from middle school, and moving on to high school in the Fall. With less than one week to go, the school hosted a semi-formal dance for the entire 8th grade at the school itself last … Continue reading

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We went to see the live-action Aladdin film, and I didn’t think it was all that necessary

Nums, Lily, and I went to see the new Disney live-action Aladdin (2019) film. I have to admit that the folks at Disney are smart — they can make a live-action film version of every animated film in their vault … Continue reading

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