I know I’ve only been back for a little bit, so I’m not going to be too hard on myself. But let’s get real, who doesn’t have a decent phone? People that are irresponsible … and me.
Happy 4th of July!
I have some news for you to celebrate with along side the fireworks.* Click for the news
28 years ago I came to America. Thanks Mom and Dad, you’re the best. So are you, America.
I normally don’t wear deodorant. To the point where I don’t know how to spell it. I just had to look it up. How embarrassing.
Happy 100th post to Minnehappiness. Let’s have a beer. This glass happens to be particularly large. And the bar happens to be particularly empty. It is particularly early to be drinking, but it’s just one and for a celebration. Thank you for hanging out with me for this long. Things are going to be switching up here in a bit, with a little announcement for all y’all. Bottoms up, buddies.
Time for another Q and A!
A: Yes, but not as much as you would assume. What’s that mean? Click here to find out.
A: Home. Click here for a tour
Minnehappiness makes it easy to clean up after yourself. Trash bins on every corner. St.Paul and most suburbs have combined bin recycling. Hawaiians say “Keep the ‘Aina clean”, with ‘Aina meaning land. Hong Kong is very clean, considering how many people living here. But inevitably, rubbish makes it into the sea. The past few days of swimming have been, uhhh more dirty. Plastic bags– in the water are probably my least favorite thing. This was taken in Stanley, gross huh. I clearly wasn’t swimming in this area. I now promise to you that when I’m swimming and I find trash, I’ll bring it in to the shore with me and put it where it belongs.
Happy Aloha Friday!
I feel like you can tell a lot about a person in the way they treat their dogs. I know this varies from one area of the world to the next, one person to the next, but either way, it says a lot about who you are. I really want America to have these little dog parking stalls. They are so funny to me.