If you follow my blog for longer period of time (and by the way, I just realized I missed my 5th blogversary), you know I write about my mother in law. I write so much about her and her behaviour, that maybe I should change the name of this blog to “My Hong Kong husband … More 奶奶和我的關係 – my relationship with Momzilla
The major problem Momzilla has with me is the fact that after nearly six years of marriage, we still don’t have a child. Especially now with our move to Hong Kong just around a corner, the last thing I want is to top all that stress with a worry about a baby. Actually I’m very … More 有奶奶大人點解仲要生仔？ – why have a baby when you have Momzilla?
Our move is approaching fast, but aside of it being our dream come true, the move brings a lot of worries and anxiety. To most of people we have a decent life in Ireland, with stable job and our own flat therefore we should just stick with life here. However, we decided to move – … More 搬家前的憂心 – Sing’s guest post: our worries regarding our move to Hong Kong
One of the most popular topics to joke about in Poland are mothers-in-law. The jokes are usually from a son-in-law’s perspective, however truth has to be said – it’s usually guy’s mother who is the one difficult to deal with. Precious little treasure (That’s literally how Momzilla refers to Sing on WhatsApp – Little Treasure. … More 我就來變成奶奶啦！- I’m turning into Momzilla!
Momzilla is here for less than two days and I already know I will have bunch of posts to write – can you believe that last time she flew to the US we had a little car crash, and this time our car completely broke down? It’s going to be fun three months! But this … More 有點種族歧視的讚美 – “racist” compliments
Very exciting time for Sing and myself! Our trip to Japan and Hong Kong was amazing, and both will deserve their own posts, but in this one I want to focus on one of the major achievements for myself as a blogger. Sing and I were on Hong Kong TV – we had an amazing … More 我們在港台31的訪問 – we were on Hong Kong TV – RTHK!
I’m so excited for this week – we’re not only flying to see snow festival in Sapporo, Japan (you can’t imagine how long ago I touched snow), but we’re also visiting Hong Kong for Lunar New Year. It’s actually my first time in Hong Kong during this celebration so it’s going to be special. Especially … More 我們最喜歡的農曆新年習俗 – our favorite lunar new year traditions!