Author: Sobrina Tung Pies

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Combine sandwiches and grassy lawns for one good picnic.

Staking out our picnic spot. How we do like columns. What a nice sweater. Every backyard should...

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Finding truth in an R. Kelly song

We fill the day’s hours moving and shaking, shaking and moving. Some days are filled with...

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If I were a refugee, Fender would need to clarify the expressions I use.

When Fender asks how my Christmas was, and I tell him it was great and that I had a white...

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Winter wonders

Winter this year brought a week long holiday break from work, a Gresham White Christmas, a scarf,...

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1 BR available for rent in chill, spacious 3 BR apt

Having moved 3 times in the past 8 months, I have officially mastered the art of living out of...

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If I were a refugee, I would like foods like this…

Sweet, sticky rice with egg custard — good for the soul. Everybody loves a steaming hot bowl...

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When you get caught with your pants down…

Striped, large floral, mini floral, cotton, lace-trim, boyshort cut — anything offering full...

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Crumpets, pounds and the Crown Jewels: a trip to London

Big Ben. This was before we found out what the food tastes like. Getting funky at Harlem. Playing...

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