I tried to think of a creative title for this but there is really nothing that combines these 11 photos, so I just left it as “things”. These are 11 photos from the past week that I really like, but stand alone and I could not really write an entire post about them. So here it is-11 things.
I am not a cat person or a dog person or an animal person for that matter, but I was stopped in my tracks by this adorable kitten. She was just so fluffy and cute and expensive looking that I just had to snap a picture of her.
I was also stopped in my tracks by this little angel. I could not stop oohing and awwing over her and they finally just handed her to me for a snuggle
Getting our first care package in the mail all the way from America-with cool American things! It was like Christmas-thanks Nana and PapaT and the Sommervilles and Granny and Granddaddy!
We hit the jackpot!!! hundreds of original English DVD’s for 50 baht ($1.60 each). I think it used to be a rental store and they are selling all of them. We go every few days and stock up.
Our Thai neighbor Wow brought us over some sticky mango rice with coconut milk cream. She even colored the rice and put it into a heart shape-I hardly wanted to eat it because it was so pretty, but I overcame and it was delish!
Peyton made Jarrett a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for a surprise. Complete with a domino DAD.
Conner+time alone+entire bottle of hair gel=rock star
We were walking the streets of Chiang Mai, when I saw this little boy. I was mesmerized by his beauty and I knew he was the same age Trek would have been. I usually only take photos of people if I ask them first but I could not help myself, I stole a shot of him. I stopped to talk to his mama and he was 17 months old, just like Trek, it made me wonder the rest of the day what Trek would have looked like.
Chinese ferris wheel-video here
Chinese bean buns-the only way I can describe them is the best homemade yeast roll I have ever tasted that was then deep fried. I cannot believe they don’t make these things in Texas. to-die-for
Fire man filling up his truck in the drainage ditch by our house