Sorry For The Delay in Posting

Hi guys! I hope you’re doing well. Sorry for the lack of posting. I had a long journey in Vietnam to take care of both of my sick parents. It was the best I could do to be there with them and give them support, love, caring, and comfort.  I’m already back in the US with my girls and my family. My mom is doing better now, but my dad is on and off. We have tried everything for him and he has taken so many different Western and Eastern medicines, but in his case it is not a simple cure. He’s 89 years old, and I don’t know how much longer he’ll be with us. It is painful. I just talked to my mom this morning and he is NOT doing well. I understand that things are sometimes out of your control and we must leave things in God’s hands. My dad is a good man, has a big heart… Yes, he is a tough man.

You always learn something and gain valuable lessons in your life when you go through these things- happy or difficult times. I’ve learned. It’s difficult to resume my blog posts because my mind is with my parents and I worry about them. Last week, I tried to get myself together to have a photoshoot for the blog. But this morning, after hearing my dad is not doing well today, I’m feeling so so sad and off. I want you to understand what is happening to my blog and me.

THANK YOU everyone for your patience and understanding. I’ll try to resume my post regularly. Also, THANK YOU for your love and support! Wishing you days full of love, peace, health and happiness. Hanh

My dad and mom were 63 years ago when they just married.

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12 thoughts on “Sorry For The Delay in Posting

  1. I hope your parents get well soon. It’s something that we must regrettably go through at some point in our adult lives. My thoughts and prayers are with you and of course, your family. I understand, and I know most of us does too! No worries! <3
    Carla @ Love Cartista

  2. God bless you and your family. I’m praying for your father’s healing and comfort. When you get worried, always remember the love that you have for each other — it’s forever and enduring.

  3. Hi!
    I found your blog by browsing #vietnam and saw your lovely daughters with Brandy Melville clothing and that charmed me right away!

    Hope your dad will go better, seriously it’s not easy but I believe in our Asian genes! I wish you could be here in Vietnam longer to take care of them. Stay strong.


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