Calling all my October Babies!
Two weeks ago, on the 13th, I turned…older. Which meant, I had a brief existential crisis, like I do every year, where I lamented how I have achieved nothing in my 20+ years of life, and then my best friend stepped in to slap sense into me, as a good best friend should.
This year, I asked for a small dinner to celebrate my birthday, no fuss, just good food and great company. So my best friends treated me to dinner at one of my favorite restaurants, a sushi & seafood buffet called Mizumi aka A Little Piece of Heaven on Earth. Continue reading “Birthday Dinner At A Little Piece of Heaven”
We’re baaack! If Friday was Chaos and Confusion, then Sunday was Successful and Satisfying. Now that we knew the lay of the land, it was much easier to plan and stick to an itinerary.
So, without further ado, allow me to take you through—
Day 2: Sunday (aka Successful and Satisfying)
Continue reading “Jade Goes To Comic Con! (Day 2)”
Where do I even begin? High school when the best friend and I first heard about this new fan convention in New York? College when we couldn’t go to comic con because October was always the month of midterms? Last year when both the best friend and I were settling in to new jobs and trying to pay the bills? Continue reading “Jade Goes To Comic Con! (Day 1)”
In all my years of living in New York, I have never stepped foot in Staten Island.
Queens? I know it like the back of my hand.
Brooklyn? Bronx? Sure.
But Staten Island? That place across the water where no subway lines connect to? Uh…brain does not compute.
Cue the Staten Island Ferry! Continue reading “Blue Skies & The Wind in Your Hair”
It’s a restaurant with a chocolate theme.
It’s a Chocolate. Themed. Restaurant.
The best friend F and I knew we could not consider our lives fulfilled until we came here. Continue reading “For The Love Of Chocolate”
IN THE AIR
Can you feel it?
In every breath
That exhales into laughter
Like fairy dust, it’s just as rare.
Can you feel it?
In the way the stars
Shine a little brighter
There’s a hint of magic in the air.
© Jade M. Wong Continue reading “Magic in Manhattan”