Monthly Archives: April 2014

Teresa and Bill, Engaged! | Boston waterfront engagement session

They met by chance while interviewing for full-time post-MBA jobs. He invited her to Quincy Market area for a classic lobster dinner after their interviews. However, his interview ran long and she left. They began staying in touch over text. Months later, he found a way to meet her in Barcelona, and the rest is […]

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The world in bloom

Ah spring, I never thought you’d appear after one of the roughest winters I’ve had to endure in recent memory. But you did! First when I went to Europe, and now also back home in NYC. Please enjoy these gorgeous scenes I’ve had the luck of experiencing in the past few week! For those who […]

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Interlaken, Thun, GoldenPass train, and flying business class on SWISS

The third and final special train we rode in Switzerland is the GoldenPass. Going through the lower parts of western Switzerland, the GoldenPass train we took was a relaxing, ~2 hour train ride from Zweisimmen to Montreux through which we saw many lush valleys, farmland, juxtaposed behind some snow-capped mountains. You can’t get more Swiss […]

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Switzerland: Riding the Glacier Express

The second train my husband and I took was the Glacier Express, also known humorously as “The slowest express train in the world” (the route takes 8 hours). It is a wonderful train ride that takes you through some of the most remote towns and villages across the Swiss Alps, and drops you off at […]

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The secret to life

I am a deeply religious person, and as many celebrate Easter and the resurrection of Jesus Christ around the world today, I’d like to encourage and let all of you know that there is a beautiful secret to life: Him. The greatest freedom I’ve known is to cast away my worries, fears, and anxieties, onto […]

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