Sitting at RDU awaiting a delayed flight home. A long week but a work-at-home Friday is a good thing indeed.
Thanks to blogger buddy Jim Forbes for his enthusiastic support of the Chatfield Project. It is a lot of fun, personally very gratifying, and something I’ve wanted to do for the past ten years.
I’m off to Asia for the first time in three weeks. A few days in Singapore, then onwards to Beijing. I’m reading Lonely Planet’s China guide to get ready and am very keen to meet my Asian colleagues and visit my step-sis in Beijing.
All is well.
0 thoughts on “treo blogging”
watch out for the spicey mayonnaise shrimp! remember the last time you had thi Chinese dish?
please bring me back something cool…like a panda
I’ll be interested to hear about the beer over there. Not sure I’ve ever had a Chinese brew. I can’t imagine it not tasting good, but some comparisons would be cool.
1. No discussions of the mayo shrimp please.
2. Pandas are making a comeback according to Lonely Planet
3. Beer is a big deal now in China, but the guidebook says to beware of the local white lightning, baijiu, aka the “liquid lobotomy.”
sweet and sour panda on a stick—- yumyum