(Butternut squash) soup. Wearing winter things, but without gloves. Halloween. Pastels. Boots. ALL THE SEASON PREMIERES! Foggy mornings. Crunchy leaf piles. The beginning of cat snuggle season. Scary movie marathons. Leaf-spotting. Long drives along colorful roads. Fun costumes (that aren’t […]
“What’s so special about Princeton anyway?” you asked on the first sunny day this past summer, in your 9274th attempt to get me to move to New York City. My answers over the last eleven months at that point had […]
*gasp* …. this has got to be the first time I have written a travelogue within the same month as the trip! What?! I took half a year to write about roadtripping in Iceland, and then again about hiking to […]
After three years of planning to be in Washington, DC, at the right time and the right place to witness the peak bloom of cherry blossoms, we finally got there. Despite all the crowds (it felt like everyone and their […]
2017 was perhaps the most amazing year of my life, and I could not have asked for a better note to end my twenties on. When I made my 30 before 30 several years ago, I put all sorts of […]
“Some things are hard to write about. After something happens to you, you go to write it down, and either you over dramatize it, or underplay it, exaggerate the wrong parts or ignore the important ones. At any rate, you […]
That’s So Annie are the chronicles of a queer, immigrant brown woman who is many things – photographer, marketer, social media junkie, engineer, incurable geek, rescue cat mom, activist – but most importantly, she is a storyteller trying to change the world, one day at a time.