10 May 2015

A ray of sunshine for you today


M-O-M, a three letter word that has a profound meaning, especially today. From the moment that the clock struck midnight, my timelines have been filled with lovely mom stories and wishes.

On a day like this, my heart goes out to all who are moms without children and children without moms. Whatever the reason might be, it is a bittersweet day for them.

All I want to do is to send these people a ray of sunshine, simply because they deserve it. 

Love, 
Bao-Nhi

05 May 2015

Liberation Day



I've had the privilege of being around the world and I have witnessed that freedom is not something you should ever take for granted. No matter where I've been or went, whenever I return to my hometown, there's this 'coming home' feeling surrounding me. Which means that I'm back at a place that has given me so much to be thankful for and a place where I feel safe.

As us Dutch are celebrating our Liberation Day today, I truly hope that everybody has a place where he/she feels safe, free and a place that you can call home.

Love,
Bao-Nhi

12 April 2015

See you again

Sometimes a song passes by and captures the core of your soul.

It has been a long 6,5 years and I really want to tell you all about it when I see you again…

30 March 2015

The Gunman with my favourite men




I just went to the movies with four of my favourite men (the fifth one was ill unfortunately). This was my way belated thank you for a favour that they have done for me at work. We went to see The Gunman. It was a perfect combination for the company that I was with.

29 March 2015

American Sniper: book or movie?




Some of my friends have been raving about the movie American Sniper the last couple of weeks. I haven’t had time to watch movies lately, but they told me that this is really one to watch. I found out that it was based on a true story and an autobiography of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle. I decided to read the book before watching the movie.

27 March 2015

Karma




Karma is something that has been on my mind for a while now. Whenever a student does something clumsy, I often say ‘karma’ and gain some laughter. What is it that I’m saying to my students and what are they laughing about?

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