how to fold, and other stories

So I am in SoCal. Basically my family vacation thus far has been bumming around in the Sun during the day in typical Yip fashion, and watching Da Tsang Gi at night (the K-drama I mentioned before).

Tonight we are in Roger’s place, because he is super cool and is letting us stay here a few nights. Roger’s place is fine and dandy. There are many nice things here, such as African decorations and tons of Benny’s instruments (drums, little drum, bass, bass, guitar, amp, amp,keyboard (matts?), and a Banjo??).

The only thing odd are the bathrooms which have suffered from neglect. The shower is sort of in a dark little room of its own, within the bathroom. Without any window or other type of ventilation, it has become a festering breeding pot for mold! Gross, indeed. The sight was so painful (especially in the corners, shudder shudder) that I took it upon myself to straighten out that mess. I searched throughout the bathrooms for cleaning supplies but couldn’t find any. Silly me… why would they be in the bathroom?

I found some comet, 409, and rubber gloves in the kitchen and started with the bathtub. It was sweet shasty mac-nasty. Bits of hair (fur?!) was stuck with some gluey substance on the tub surface. Maybe someone had tried cleaning a grimey rug or something in there, and had let it sit for a year. Or two years. Anyways, after the initial “W-What the [shizzy]?” I got to srubbing. This took a while because the sponge I was using had lost its fun-filled springfullness. It was very flippy and limp, so that made things more difficult. Finally, I finished the tub and moved to the Shower of Shadows… I scrubbed for quite a while, and rinsed a lot of the modl off. Its still not done. SO, tis pretty odd how the guys who lived here didn’t think of cleaning the bathroom . HWAY HUH ROO TS?!?

Isn’t it funny how people can become complacent with uncleanliness? Obviously after ignoring a mess day after day, you forget its there. So the moral of the story: be aware of your standard of how you live. And clean regularly. See below for more pertinant informatin :]

Psalm 15

A psalm of David.

1 LORD, who may dwell in your sanctuary?
Who may live on your holy hill?2 He whose walk is blameless
and who does what is righteous,
who speaks the truth from his heart

3 and has no slander on his tongue,
who does his neighbor no wrong
and casts no slur on his fellowman,

4 who despises a vile man
but honors those who fear the LORD,
who keeps his oath
even when it hurts,

5 who lends his money without usury
and does not accept a bribe against the innocent.
He who does these things
will never be shaken.

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2 Responses to “how to fold, and other stories”


  1. 1 kevinsung August 8, 2006 at 2:35 pm

    Hope you’re having fun in So Cal!

  2. 2 Rona August 8, 2006 at 11:43 pm

    HAHAHAH….Tim, your chinese is very funny. It took me a while to get it. But it’s funny.


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