Better late than never!
And I promise to post two posts today to make up for the post I missed yesterday for the NaBloPoMo challenge.
> When you’re travelling to Thailand (Or keeping my promise of sharing pics from the trip).
|Ma Ya Bay|
|That red speck in the sky? That’s The Guy parasailing|
|The colourful sunbeds at Khai Island|
|Phi Phi Island
SOME WEIRD SIGNS
Need I say more? 🙂
|His and Her (below) – Signs for the washrooms
|“Best view in town”. Of?
Not in memory of Osama!
|Gotta lick it!|
|You can swim with the fish at Khai Island
Those are sparrows!! Yes, those little house birds that are now extinct in India can still be found there. Can you imagine how excited that made me!
|Multi-coloured flower motifs at Wat Pho, the temple of the Reclining Buddha in Bangkok|
|Lots of Buddhas, everywhere
SHOPPING, OF COURSE!
>After a very, very long time, I got the chance to wield my camera like a pro. Despite The Guy’s discouragement, I carried my DSLR to Goa. And am so glad I did! It made up for any lack of company. That, and my super cool iPod touch, that’s everything that an iPhone is except that it’s not a phone. But I digress, we were talking about the camera and me and Goa.
>Not exactly. Not at all, actually. It’s probably Chinese, like most things that we get around the world these days. But that’s not what this is about. This is about showing off some of my latest shoe acquistions.
>A day’s worth of photography yielded rainbow-coloured pictures, all at home.
>…is not for me! I really didn’t think I would be doing up our Christmas tree this year, being in the mood that I was. But the holiday spirit taken over me! And I surprised myself with shopping for some more things to put up on our gigantic tree. Doing up the tree was just another excuse we needed to call our friends over. Which is exactly what we did on Monday.
He was the favouritest son-in-law for Nana and Nani because he knew before they could said what they needed. He was the favouritest uncle among his nieces and nephews because he never forgot a birthday or a gift. He was standing by anyone who needed him – at weddings and funerals, times of joy and sorrow. He was a brother to brother-less sisters, a son to so many parents, the shoulder you could lean on always. He was everything Santa should be because he never asked for anything in return.
Who’s the Santa in your family?