Stories from interviewing my dad

In my summer bucket list, I talked about how I want to finish interviewing my dad. We've been sporadically doing this for over a year now, and we only made it to his thirty-year-old self yesterday. That means he's about to finally start talking about how he came to America, which I think will be… Continue reading Stories from interviewing my dad

I wrote this for a journalism program

This fall I participated in this awesome journalism program. (If you live in the DFW area, it's called Storytellers Without Borders.) There were eight of us high schoolers in the program, and we were paired with actual journalists as mentors. Over the course of nine or so weekly sessions, they helped us through the process… Continue reading I wrote this for a journalism program

An interview with my dad

After dinner on Thursday, (which was Hopdoddy's. It was my second time eating there, and my verdict stays the same. Hamburgers: still not impressed. Fries: the plain ones are nothing special, but their parmesan truffle fries are addicting. My brother-in-law picked the most expensive burger on the menu. It's called the Impossible Burger and turns… Continue reading An interview with my dad