The bus stops in Singapore are so much smarter than they are in New York. They don't think or talk or anything, but they're just designed better. In New York, you sit on the bench and end up facing the middle of the road. If you're waiting for a bus, you have to turn your head to the left, and if you wait for a while, you might hurt yourself. In Singapore, the bus stops have a few rows of seats that are all on an angle. When you sit down, you're automatically facing where the bus is coming from (right over here, not left), and there is no risk of injury.
Other than thinking inconsequential thoughts about bus stops, not much is going on with us. I have been working and learning, and Matt has been working and writing. I have meetings each night this week (other than Mandarin on Monday), so I don't have too much to write about.
One disappointment is that we saw an ad for the NEW season of Grey's Anatomy. Unfortunately, it is on right now, and it's last year's new season, and I have already watched them all. Sad for me, but it's okay for Matt, because he ended up missing a bunch last year.
We're also working on planning some trips. My parents are coming in one month's time. We are looking into going to Cambodia for a long weekend. My brother and Josh are coming in Dec/Jan, and we're looking into Thailand and maybe other trips also. Exciting stuff.
Also, the cat is cute. She's like Jelly - a velcro cat, When I go to the kitchen, so does she. Then she meows for attention, but then she'll just fall asleep on her rug. Her rug is in the middle of the house. We don't know where she is tonight.