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... girls. I hope this relationship continues as strongly when we get back to the states and after we graduate. I can’t think about graduation, or even leaving Thailand. I miss my family and friends, but I don’t want to leave this place. I know I am barely scratching the surface of this great culture, and I am sorry more people cannot experience it. ...
... women are so fast at making them I found it difficult to see the pattern that they used to do it. I was able to weave some but I was very slow and did it wrong half the time. Once again I am amazed because of how crafty they are and all the different thinks they will use to make useful items. The little egg baskets are used to hold the egg because they will put the eggs into a hot spring to make hard boiled eggs. Today was filled with things to do but I really enjoyed every part of ...
... I was craving something sweet in the worst way. A s’more would have hit the spot! The evening actually wasn’t as cold as I was anticipating. We sat by the fire, ate, talked, listened to the village band, danced and laughed a lot. I really had a fun time this evening just relaxing and being with each other. I am excited to learn tomorrow more about the community and their way of life which I can already tell is so different from ours. ...
... than State side.
We began the day with breakfast and worship. We had a great time in song, prayer and reading the scripture. Shannon did an excellent job leading us in a thought provoking devotional. Everyone continues to be convicted about humility. In America we tend to associate humility with being "devalued" but the Thai people demonstrate a totally different humility. As Christians we should be the example to the world but they have truly ...
I woke up this morning to another yummy Omelet, toast and coffee at a different Guest House a minute walk away. Am getting used to eggs in the morning, am being spoilt.
It was on par with the Cambodian breakfasts I must admit. :)
I headed into the shops to speak to sales people about Elephant farms and after quite a bit of research I had found the farm for me and guess what, sadly everywhere I went to ask about it was sold out until the end of the month ...