Hi humans. In an attempt to make my blog posts better quality, I inadvertently made them extremely long and text heavy for the past several days. So, I decided to do a small photo dump from the past few weeks to change things up. This first picture was taken on January 6 while my mom and I were driving to our family business to open. We saw a spherical rainbow in the sky, so I tried to take a picture of it, but the camera on my iPod Touch wasn’t good enough to pick up the subtle colors. My mom told me to keep on trying because she insisted that it would eventually work. So here’s my proof to my mom. It didn’t work. Later that day, I met up with Ed Lam to go to lunch. After we were done eating, we went back to his house, then walked over to a near-by nature reserve. The only problem is, the previous day during tae kwon do training, I accidentally kicked someone’s elbow while sparring and had a severe limp. Ed thought this was hilarious and stayed behind me so he could make fun of my walking. We filmed some footage for a video, but we didn’t have enough interesting content, so I ended up not making a video and just taking stillframes from the footage; the following picture is one of them. This is Ed doing parkour. … Actually, this is Ed hopping onto a boulder, jumping one foot into the air, doing a half-spin, and yelling âPARKOURâ as loud as he can while carrying a stick. This is Ed holding a stick up to my nose so I can look like Pinocchio. About a week later on January 12, a massive snowstorm swept through our neighborhood. It was the first real snowstorm of the season (which is unusual because there are usually harsh blizzards in December, but December this year was relatively tranquil). This photograph was taken at our family business; it’s our front parking lot. We didn’t really have that many customers throughout the day, and most of the cars in the parking lot are owned by people who work at or own the businesses in our building. I ended up spending the night at our business (which is a laundromat, for those who don’t know already) because it wasn’t worth the risk driving 15 miles (24 kilometers) to go home and possibly get into a collision because of poor road conditions. And no, I did not sleep on the floor or on top of washing machines; we have a couch inside our office.