Monday, January 30, 2017

2nd Anniversary


In celebration of our second year of marriage, we asked our friend Hannah Kim to take pictures of us in our small but adorable apartment. I'm a huge home-body so my house need to feel like a "home." I remember the first month into my marriage, I wanted to go back to my parents house because our apartment just didn't feel like MY home to me. I felt like a stranger living at someone else's house. But as I started to put up pictures all around the house and decorated each part of our apartment, it finally felt like home. I know that we won't live in this apartment forever, so I wanted to make sure that we take pictures of our first HOME. 

































Photo Cred: Hannah Kim Photography

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

I passed the bar! Thank you Jesus





I am still in awe and in shock that I really DID pass the bar. I have been checking the state bar website about 100th times now. (this is not including Sunny checking the site on his own.) We have heard that sometimes the bar makes the mistake of telling a person that he/she passed the bar but then taking it back. Crazy! Right?

Saturday, October 31, 2015

Harry Potter World!




Dreams DO come true!

Thursday, October 15, 2015

The Broad Museum





We made a special trip to the new museum in L.A. called The Broad. It's really popular because the museum exhibits a lot of modern arts and it's NEW! The most popular exhibition in this place is the infinity room. It has sparkly lights all around with mirrors everywhere. So it allows people to get creative and take amazing pics!

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Super Moon part 3 (Japan)



Last but not least, we went to Japan! It was so refreshing to land in Japan. The culture here focuses on being polite to one another. I was able to see this through the way the Japanese acted towards others and how clean the streets were! I mean, there are no trashcans found anywhere on the streets! Everybody just holds onto their trash until they get home. Apparently, this is done to prevent people from eating on the streets.

But lets now talk about the important stuff: FOOD! Japanese food is to die for. Ramen, soba, tempura, sushi!!!!! and more!
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