2018 Kansas City Chiefs – Mid Season Report (Fan Edition)

People who know that I’m a diehard Kansas City Chiefs fan expect me to be thrilled that the Chiefs are currently 9-1, first place in the AFC (American Football Conference), and second year quarter back phenomenon Patrick Mahomes II is largely responsible for leading the league by storm. Sure, I’m happy and excited overall (check out the photo slide show below from week 8 against Denver) – watching what the Chiefs have accomplished (especially on offense) so far this regular season, but the realist side of me as a fan is trying incredibly hard to NOT get ahead of myself with thoughts about playoffs, the super bowl, record-breaking stats, etc..

 

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Despite a fast start through 10 games, just one loss on their record, impressive stats, and flashy plays, none of that guarantees a super bowl trophy at the end of the season.

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Vacay Journal

It’s the end of day four on my Cali vacation with Genevieve. This afternoon, we arrived at my Nai Nai (grandmother in Chinese) and great aunt Judy’s house in Irvine. Immediately, Nai Nai and aunt Judy loved Genevieve, which made me so happy and proud.

Since leaving San Diego and arriving back in L.A., I just wanted to take a moment to reflect on the most recent events. For one thing, I just got some new clothes (courtesy of Genevieve), new shoes, have been eating amazing food, and capturing awesome moments on camera.

Here are some photos from San Diego and L.A. thus far:

 

 

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Grandpa Ponsing’s Funeral

March 8, 2018

This evening, I attended Genevieve’s grandpa Ponsing’s viewing. Joining Genevieve and her family for this service made me think of death I’ve experienced in my life.

I recalled when my De De (dad’s father) passed away during my sophomore year of high school, my former miniature schnauzer Kramer’s death during freshman year, and my great grandpa John’s death when I was just 8 years old.

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