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Ocean International Center

A building in the Ocean International Center. One of three quick snaps from a taxi with my iPhone 6. Again, the tuning comes courtesy of Adobe Lightroom.

And, yep, our summer of (mostly) amazing weather continues.

Chong Chong at 20 Months

This picture was taken around 1 pm today by with Shanshan with her iPhone 6 at the Solana mall.

He decided to go old school today, forgoing his customary Logitech Performance MX mouse for a Sun Type 6 USB mouse.

Oh, and continuing the theme from yesterday, the AQI was around 20 when this picture was taken.

Looking South

Chong Chong, Leo, and I went on a noontime walk yesterday… me walking Chong Chong and Chong Chong walking Leo.

This picture was taken as we crossed over Hui Xin Xi Jie, the street which our apartment complex is facing (you can see one of the towers directly to the left of Chong Chong’s head). The streets and avenues here can be massive… more on the scale of major freeways in California. Likewise, the pedestrian over-crossings can also be quite huge.

Love Hotel

In the immortal words of Miles Gregory, immaculately voiced by Gwen Dickey:

Love don’t live here anymore
Just emptiness and memories
Of what we had before you went away
Found another place to stay, another home

You abandoned me
Love don’t live here anymore
Just a vacancy, babe
Love don’t live here anymore

btw, if you somehow don’t get the reference (woe unto thee), checkout this link.

Chong Chong at 18 Months

Sporting a “got milk?” mustache (and more). Glad to have Xiao Mao adding the feline photobomb.

In Chong Chong’s left had is a Logitech Performance Mouse MX. This is his comfort object, and is with him almost everywhere he goes. It is also there to calm him down when he goes to sleep in his crib… click, click, click, click, goes Chong Chong on his mouse.

I somehow broke the mouse awhile back. And, well, he adopted it. I bought the same model again (one of the best mice I’ve ever used). He often works beside me, him with his mouse and me with mine. He does prefer mine, however, since he fairly quickly figured out that his doesn’t move the cursor or cause the occasional sounds.

There have been a number of times that I’ve found his mouse on my desk instead of mine.