1. I realized I am a hoarder of t-shirts, hoodies, and dresses. I have so many but I can’t seem to part with any.
2. My mother insists on buying me a kettle because who knows how many DAYS it would take me to buy one on my own. Can’t be without tea. How British. (I am secretly very happy; zero downtime for tea is ideal.)
3. My largest uncertainty is how many Canucks jerseys I should take with me. Need to rep Vancouver in Leafs nation.
4. I realized I can wear a different toque each day for at least two weeks but think it might be excessive to take all of them with me.
5. My desire to be able to teleport increases exponentially whenever I have to pack/travel. Packing is such a drag.
Võ Thị Sáu (1933 – March 13, 1952) is a national martyr of Vietnam who fought against the French colonialists and was executed on an island in the Con Dao archipelago in the southeastern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau.
Sau was born in 1933 in Ba Ria and began her revolutionary career at the age of 14. Among her activities was an attack on July 14, 1948 in which she used a grenade that killed a French officer and injured 14 soldiers. She was arrested in early 1950 when she launched another attack and was put in jail and given a death sentence in Chi Hoa Prison in the former Sai Gon. Feared for her strong and courageous revolutionary will, the French colonialists shipped her to Con Dao and shot her on January 23, 1952 when she was only 19. Sau refused to be blindfolded and sang until her final breath. [x]
This alarms me.