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... last year. I knew beyond a doubt that I was not in a place to be-friend that creature.) Oh and as for that switch from 6 hours to 4 hours a night, I (in all the kindness I could muster), I asked the monk why this change was not stated in their little booklet. His response..."nobody would come". Well, I think he got that one right!
So if you wondered why I hesitated at all….
But, I figured that maybe the regimented days would be a good thing – ...
... on myself and I've been taking the approach that I need a huge personal transformation. But in reality, I have so many positive qualities that I should strive to keep and strengthen. I've been focusing too much on what I want to improve.
I went to see a doctor last August for sinus infection. It was my old GP's office, but they has hired a new female doctor. We connected and she told me she took a year off in between first and second year of medical school because ...
... wish they had the equivalent in America. First of all, it was just really cute and fun to look through. Second, it would be so helpful! There was places to record everything important, and helpful tips on everything from what to feed your baby, to height and growth charts, to developmental milestones, what books to give your child at which age, etc. I think that would be more helpful, and less stressful, than reading dozens of ...
Climate perfection in Chiang Mai.....26 degrees and blue skies, lush vegetation, the north. Staying in the Little Village
resort in Da Nong, some 20 mins from the city. (Thanks Laura for the recommendation!). Our stilted house feels like it's in the jungle. Completely chillaxing after the frenetic pace of Bangkok. ........AND cold beer and a pool are only 30m away!
Tim Dearden, ex Tring, who now ...
... many of us were not hungry in the first place. However, because there was a potential need, the professor who was caring for us felt frazzled that we would not have enough for breakfast then. The Thai people are just so servicial that they wanted to make sure that we had everything we needed before leaving for the night.
I unpacked and showered and went to bed around 3am, glad that we did not have anything planned until midnight the following day. ...